Regina King Exudes Glamour in a Stunning Photo Adorned In a Layered Multi-Colored Dress
Acclaimed actress Regina King showed her sassy side while striking poses during a photoshoot. The "American Crime" star was a vision of glamour in a layered multi-colored dress.
On April 8, Oscar-winning actress Regina King stunned her devoted followers on Instagram after posting a video clip of herself posing for the camera while donning a stylish dress.
The clip showed the 50-year-old beauty pulling off playful and seductive looks while striking different poses for the camera. She also uploaded a photo showing her full puffy ensemble in pink, cream, purple, grey, and black colors.
The voguish dress fully covered her legs but exposed her toned shoulders. King wore hair extensions which she played around with while trying different poses for the camera. She captioned her post:
"Trying to hit that angle."
But fans agreed with the award-winning celebrity, who recently spilled her skincare secrets, looked flawless from all angles. They described her using all sorts of adjectives, from "beautiful" to "gorgeous."
One fan wrote a more flowery compliment, "Looking like dreams manifested." The post’s comment section teemed with fire, heart, clapping hands, and crown emojis.
The “Watchmen” star does not run out of jaw-dropping looks. During the recent 52nd NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles, King stunned in a custom Oscar de la Renta gown.
Over the past six years, the actress has bagged an Oscar and four Emmys.
The absence of a red carpet during the March 27 ceremony did not hold the actress back from dressing to the nines. She had a photo op at home to show off her gown, the metallic color of which matched her braids.
King made sure to look her best during the virtual ceremony, especially since the award-giving body nominated her for two awards - entertainer of the year and outstanding directing in a motion picture.
She received the coveted nominations, thanks to her 2020 drama film, "One Night in Miami." The movie, about four Black icons in 1964, is also King’s feature directorial debut.
King is herself a Hollywood icon, with her multiple awards and massive influence in the entertainment industry. Over the past six years, the actress has bagged an Oscar and four Emmys.
As she branched out into directing, the Los Angeles native has credited fellow Black artists for inspiring her. She recently became emotional as she recalled conversations with the late film director John Singleton.
The famous director, who passed away in 2019, was instrumental in King’s preparation for her directorial debut. She said he had expressed excitement and support for her new endeavor.
King added that she felt a sense of loss, knowing that she would never know what he thought about her finished film. She would have wanted to learn more tips from him, too.
King and Singleton had been close friends and colleagues since she starred in his 1991 classic, “Boyz N the Hood.” She also appeared in his later films, including "Higher Learning" and "Poetic Justice."