Eddie Murphy's teenage daughter, Bella Murphy, looked stunning in her latest media share, letting fans know she experimented with new hair color.
Eddie Murphy's daughter, Bella Murphy, displayed her fashion range on Instagram as she presented a new look to the delight of her followers.
Bella posed indoors for a mirror selfie, sporting a bleached light blue blunt cut. Her hair featured bangs while its tresses grazed her jaw. The budding actress also opted for minimal makeup.
Eddie Murphy at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations Presents The Career of Eddie Murphy, 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
Bella sported a stylish silk scarf top tied across her chest and a necklace with a clear diamond-encrusted pendant. She completed her casual but chic look with a piercing gaze.
Her slew of admirers was captivated by her daring hair color, and they did not hesitate to gush over her. She also got the attention of her star mom, Nicole Murphy, who shared some fire emojis, and her big sister, Bria Murphy, who was lovestruck.
Eddie Murphy's sequel to 1988's "Coming To America" marked an outstanding milestone in the star's career, and it also served as an essential element in Bella's launch into Hollywood.
Speaking about it, Bella noted that she got nervous because of the superstars.
While her dad refreshed fans' memories with the award-winning comic movie, she made her acting debut. In an interview, she relayed that her dad had to break family rules to allow her to join the cast.
According to Bella, the rule states that none of the Murphy kids could join the movie industry below 18. However, during the auditions, she was 17, but her passion for acting was unmatched.
Her iconic dad eventually allowed her to audition, and she got the role of his second daughter, Princess Omma, in "Coming 2 America." She relayed that it was fun auditioning and training for her role.
In weeks leading up to the movie's release, Bella and Eddie joined Ellen DeGeneres on her eponymous show, where they chatted about working together. Eddie noted that Bella had to audition for the movie's director, Craig Brewer.
He relayed that he was not "muscling any kid" into the project, adding that Bella had to be good with the role delivery; otherwise, she would not have appeared in the movie.
The young adult also reminisced about growing up as a celebrity's daughter. She made it known that celebrity visits were a constant thing in their home, but when Leonardo Di Caprio showed up in her father's mansion, she was starstruck.
Despite having fun on the set of "Coming 2 America," Bella did not escape some hitches, perhaps particular to a newbie. She had been filming a fight scene with Eddie when there was an acting mishap from her end.
Eddie shouted at that moment that she was grounded. Speaking about it, Bella noted that she got nervous because of the superstars around but eventually came around. She added that she ended up not being grounded.