Award winning actress Lupita Amondi Nyong’o, has taking time to express her delight after visiting Ghana for the Year of Return. READ ALSO: Nana Ama McBrown Should Be Very Careful, There’s A Plot to Kill Her Daughter – Evangelist Addai – Video Lupita posted her holiday trip on her Instagram page describing the country as … Read more
Kenyan Actress cum Model is disappointed in Grazia UK for editing her photo for a magazine cover without her permission. According to the 34-year-old Oscar winner, she believes the photo was retouched to make her suit the definition of “Eurocentric” beauty.
We know her to be the goddess of the red carpet and of course a very versatile and apt actress. We certainly missed out on her dancing tendencies. The Queen of Katwe star showed off her skills on Lip Sync Battle this week — whilst performing ‘What a Man’, Lupita gave a very hot lap dance to one her dancers.
It is official! , Lupita is the ruler of the red carpet and for the umpteenth time she has made it obvious. At her Queen of Katwe premiere in London, the black beauty stole the red carpet. The Daily Mail gives a full detail of her elegance.
Apparently Kevin Hart isn’t the only one altering his ego— lover of the red carpet, Lupita Nyong’o has just debuted her altered ego as she drops first rap video of “3 million” to celebrate her followers. She recorded a rap, in black and white, and it looks nothing short of a professional work of art.
Red carpet after red carpet, Lupita has always given us good reasons to write about how she has never gone wrong with her wardrobe choice. For the countless time, Lupita wowed her fans when she walked the red carpet with co star David Oyelowo at the LA premiere of Queen of Katwe yesterday.
Lupita Nyong’o continued to captivate fans with her outstanding red carpet appearances one after another. The Jungle Book actress illuminated the carpet in a strapless House of Herrera yellow gown, adorned with velvet, royal blue floral patterns, which accentuated her slender figure and toned arms.
Lupita Nyong’o has been quietly dating GQ Style fashion editor Mobolaji Dawodu. The 33-year-old star, who won an Oscar for her role in 12 Years a Slave in 2013, has been in a relationship with the style guru for six months, according to a friend of Dawodu.
Lupita Nyong’o is looking absolutely amazing on the cover of Essence Magazine’s January issue. In an interview with the mag, Lupita dished her thoughts on her sudden fame and the difficulty in black women getting roles in Hollywood. On fame: “After 12 Years a Slave and the quote-unquote meteoric rise, I felt like there was … Read more
A few hours ago, Oscar-award winning actress-Lupita Nyong’o took centre stage on the red carpet at the opening ceremony of the 68th Cannes Film Festival—rocking a dramatic jade Gucci chiffon plisse gown with a cape detail.
The actress,32, joined other celebrities on the red carpet at the La Tete Haute premiere, a new movie about a young delinquent as he comes of age, which stars Catherine Deneuve.
Lupita worn up her hair and secured in place with a couple of diamond encrusted alice bands.
The ’12 Years A Slave’ star had a great 2014 and as such, it was not surprising she stole the attention at the opening—and her gown also pulled all the lens to her corner.
The Opening Ceremony of the 68th Festival de Cannes took place at the Grand Théâtre Lumière.
Celebrities are known for telling all manner of lies to hype their reputation and it seems Lupita Nyong’o and her stylist have bitten more than they can chew with the dress she wore to the recently held Oscars…
The Calvin Klein pearl dress Lupita wore was said to have the value of between $150,000 and $10 MILLION—but it seems it’s not even worth a thief’s time.
The gown was supposedly ‘custom designed by Francisco Costa, and was adorned with 6,000 natural white pearls’
Well TMZ reports the gown was returned to the London Hotel in West Hollywood, where it was initially stolen. The thief called TMZ and told them the gown could be found, claiming it was a worthless fake.
The star of the moment-Lupita Nyong’o has graced the cover of next month’s issue of the prestigious Vogue magazine with her black beauty and smile.This is her first Vogue cover and she looks great…
Inside the magazine-July 2014 issue, Lupita talks about it all, from her family and living out her dream to her red carpet experiences…
Check for excerpts from the magazine below…
On her team…
“You spend so much time with your glam squad,” says Lupita. “Their energy is the last thing you experience before you leave the hotel room—and they make it fun and light and manageable.”
On her red carpet experiences…
Before she embarked on her fashion marathon, “everyone said, ‘Brace yourself, Lupita! Keep a granola bar in that clutch of yours!’ ” she confides. “I didn’t really understand what they meant, and it was only once it was past that I realized that my body had been holding on by a thread to get through this very intense experience. Nothing can prepare you for awards season,” she continues. “The red carpet feels like a war zone, except you cannot fly or fight; you just have to stand there and take it.” She considers for a moment. “I hope they don’t make that the big quote!” she says, laughing. “Because that would be sad! Tell them not to do that!” She is quick to note that her “red carpet” self “is just one aspect of me; it doesn’t represent the entirety of me, which I am at peace with.”
Though Rihanna was honored with the Fashion Icon Award at the annual Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards yesterday, it was her dress that got people talking as many could not take their eyes off the music star…
Rihanna wore a racy sheer embellished halter dress to show off every inch of her slim figure—and she apart from her down, she left everything untouched.
The see through outfit was made by Adam Selman and comprised of a total of 216,000 Swarovski crystals and with such a style, and Rihanna was the perfect candidate to rock it.
The annual Met Gala which is hosted by American Vogue editor-in-chief-Anna Wintour, described as fashion’s most glamorous event took place last night at at the Metropolitan Museum Of Art—and it was attended by several celebrities.
Beyonce, JayZ, Jessica Parker, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Lupita Nyong’o and others came out in expensive and glamorous gowns…
Wintour who co-hosted this year’s party with Sarah Jessica Parker and Bradley Cooper charged $25,000 at ticket which made it $10,000 more than last year’s price…
Last night, Kenyan actress-Lupita Nyong’o made several black people proud and probably ended a huge movement of misconception that you need to be light skinned to make it to the top, especially in Hollywood and other Entertainment industries across the world.
I want to take this opportunity to talk about beauty, Black beauty, dark beauty. I received a letter from a girl and I’d like to share just a small part of it with you: “Dear Lupita,” it reads, “I think you’re really lucky to be this Black but yet this successful in Hollywood overnight. I was just about to buy Dencia’s Whitenicious cream to lighten my skin when you appeared on the world map and saved me.”
Dencia who is probably living in someone’s basement at West Hollywood and also the person behind the skin lightening cream-Whitenicious, has taken to twitter to say a lot of CRAP to Lupita Nyong’o, a clear indication that, there is a big gap between a hustler and an achiever.
Lupita Nyong’o is definitely every designer’s dream. With her toned, perfect body and immaculate poise, Lupita always carries the day with her red carpet fashion choices. GhanaCelebrities.Com has compiled the top 5 red carpet looks of the star. Be sure to let us know your favourite look…
The whole world is raving about her at the moment. This simple, classy, educated, and highly intelligent woman has shown us in order to stand out in whatever field you endeavour in, there are certain qualities or characteristics you must have or aspire to have.
Comparing this incredible woman’s career to that of our fellow Ghanaian actresses, there is an incredible amount of difference in even just the way she comports herself. We can confidently say that the ‘12 years a slave’ actress has made an indelible mark for herself and we can’t wait for more from her!.
Comparing the story of Lupita to her fellow counterparts in the Ghanaian movie Industry, there are few tips they can pick up because Lupita’s feat can also be achieved by them—-after all, she is also an African.
Get an education– Lupita knew that she wanted a career in the film and arts industry, as such she made sure she acquired the necessary skills and knowledge by going to school. Even though she might have had a respected level of natural talent, she knew the importance of educating herself. After obtaining a degree in film and theatre studies, she subsequently enrolled in the acting program at the Yale school of drama, to further deepen her knowledge in the arts.
As several black women all around the world, especially those in Africa are lightening their skin, finding no reason to be proud of their dark skin, Kenyan movie star- Lupita Nyong’o who recently scored an Oscar nomination continues to remind us that black is beautiful.
Lupita Nyong’o, 30, won the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance in ‘12 Years a Slave’ at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards, held yesterday. But it was her black beauty that got many people talking, she looked naturally gorgeous on the red carpet.
Check below for the full list of the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards winners
Fast rising actress-Lupita Nyong’o,30, of “12 Years A Slave” fame who has already scored a Golden Globe nomination, Oscars nomination, a few magazine covers has become a victim of skin lightening by Vanity Fair—this is what some section of the public are upset about.
Beautiful Lupita who is originally from Kenyan has been featured in February’s issue of Vanity Fair and ahead of the release, Vanity Fair tweeted a photo from the feature.
The photo which is far from the beautiful dark colour of Lupita seems lightened or at least, the photo shoot was given excessive light to make the actress look lighter than we know her to be.