Lupita Nyong'o can do no wrong in my eyes. I would buy tickets to watch her read the phone book (kids, before the internet and smartphones, people kept contact info like names, address, and phone numbers in actual books).
Tuesday night, she stepped out at the National Board of Review Gala in a midriff-baring Balmain two-piece topped off with a mass of Senegalese twists coiffed into a side pony updo by celebrity hairstylist Vernon François. And yes, if you look closely, you can see those baby hairs are laid for the glory of Mother Mary.
Peep her hair from the side, and you'll find a few well-placed feed-in braids, adding a cool dimension to the style. It gives the classic '90s look of twists a modern update...
Lupita Nyong'o is now taking her talents to the Broadway stage in Eclipsed, a new play that opened yesterday and will run through June. She may have won an Oscar, but this moment is particularly a dream come true because she's in a role she first played as an understudy while at the Yale School of Drama. "I never went on, and I promised myself back then that I would play 'The Girl' someday, somehow, somewhere and it's mindblowing to get to do it on Broadway," she wrote in a letter posted on Twitter yesterday.
Happy opening day to us! A few things to know before you see @eclipsedbway! https://t.co/szTipKirkU pic.twitter.com/uOk9VqGLK3
— Lupita Nyong'o (@Lupita_Nyongo) 2016년 3월 6일
Eclipsed, written by Danai Gurira, is about a group of women...