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La La Anthony rocks tight one-shoulder jumpsuit posing with Robin Roberts on her birthday morning

Edduin Carvajal
Jun 26, 2018
02:04 P.M.
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TV personality and actress La La Anthony, the wife of NBA professional player Carmelo Anthony, took to Instagram to share her visit to Good Morning America.

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In the image, La La is portrayed next to Robin Roberts wearing a striking two-color one-shoulder jumpsuit. The upper part was fuchsia while the lower section was cherry red.

Roberts chose a long-sleeved silver shirt and a long, silver and black skirt that had a blue leaves-like pattern all over it. In the caption, La La revealed that it was the perfect way to start her birthday as she turned 39 on June 25.

Later, the actress confessed that she and Roberts had a blast and she finally thanked the show’s host for the cupcakes she got.

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As soon as she uploaded that photo, her fans and followers took to the comment section to praise La La for her look. One of the was Instagram user Lady Mariam, who pointed out that the outfit was chic and wished La La a happy birthday.

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During the show, Roberts asked the audience to wish the Power actress a happy birthday and even gave her over a dozen cupcakes. La La then confessed that she would be with her family during her birthday and added that she would go to the Bronx for a while.

She pointed out that Lesandro ‘Junior’ Guzman-Feliz, who was dragged out of a Bronx deli and viciously stabbed to death by a gang on June 20, was a huge fan of her husband Carmelo, so they decided to pay a visit to the victim’s family to show their condolences.

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Further on the interview, La La revealed that when she goes to her son’s basketball games, she acts like the ‘crazy’ parent that no one wants to be around as she yells a lot during the game.

Finally, La La revealed that her debut book titled The Love Playbook, which was released in January 2014, would be turned into a film sooner rather than later.

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