Veteran actress and recording artist Camille Winbush dished out her impressive singing skills in belting out a song from the 1997 movie "Cinderella." Hear her heavenly voice in a video.
Camille Winbush, who rose to popularity as Vanessa Thomkins on "The Bernie Mac Show," recently wowed her fans with her dreamy rendition of "A Lovely Night."
The song was one of the soundtracks of the classic film "Cinderella," where R&B singer Brandy was the lead star. Winbush took to Instagram to share a video of herself singing the song.
Camille Winbush attends the "There's No Place Like Home" 20th AnniverSoiree at HNYPT in Los Angeles, California in 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
SHARING HER BEAUTIFUL VOICE
In the first part of the video, Winbush hit the perfect notes of the song. She sounded soulful and dreamlike. One could be lulled to sleep listening to her.
The 31-year-old actress, who once started an ice cream business as a kid, donned a black shirt with the text "Phenomenally Black." She sang the song a day after the Valentine's celebration. She wrote in her post:
"Inspired by the greatest Cinderella of all time."
PERFECT FOR THE ROLE
Winbush was referring to Brand's remarkable role as Cinderella. Many fans in the comment section were amazed at the actress's beautiful singing voice.
Some of the fans praised Winsbush for her incredible talent, while others dropped fire emojis, blue and heart images, as well as clapping hands emojis.
A user commented that if there was another actress to portray Cinderella, Winbush could be the perfect one for the role. Another fan wrote, "I love to see this side of you."
HER CRITICIZED ANNOUNCEMENT
The actress had also urged fans not to put late actor Bernie Mac's name as a joke.
However, "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" star's plan was met with criticisms. It was reported that the London-based subscription service is associated with explicit content.
Fans were shocked at her latest plan, as Winbush was one of the child stars in "The Bernie Mac Show." The actress seemed wholesome to enter the service page tainted with negative reviews.
However, Winbush reminded fans that she's an adult now, old enough to make her own decisions. Amid the site's negative remarks, the actress said she wanted to post wholesome content such as skincare routines and live Q&A sessions.
The actress also hoped Bernie Mac wasn't turning in his grave due to fans' insinuations about her. Winbush thought it was far from being funny.