Ciara posed with Atlanta Hawks legend Dominique Wilkins during last night’s Hawks game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Atlanta was on fire last night as they broke the Cav’s 11-game winning streak with a 97-92 win. ATL celebs spotted court side at Philips Arena included Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges, Young Jeezy, Polow Da Don and more. Check out a few flix:
Polow Da Don + Young Jeezy
Check out a few flix from Ciara’s recent photo spread in Elle Magazine’s January 2009 issue. I guess you could call these “artistic” as CiCi showcases her inner Vogue…but I’ll just call them “colorful”. They say Ciara’s Fantasy Ride is scheduled for release January 27th…we’ll see.
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Ciara Covers Right On + Shares Election Night Tales
Ciara was a surprise guest Saturday evening during the AT&T “Unofficial” SEC Afterparty featuring Ludacris and Soulja Boy. Check out a few flix:
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Flix via FreddyO
Ciara joined forces with the “Make-a-Wish” foundation to make a little girl’s wish come true. Princess, a sickle-cell anemia patient and Ciara’s biggest fan, was granted her wish to cut a few dance moves with the superstar. When Ciara walked through the door, all the little girl could do was sit in amazement as she stared at her idol. When asked what she wanted to do, she responded “Dance!”
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Photo via DBlanks
Ciara covers the December 2008 issue of Right-On magazine with somewhat of a different look. She is really going all out with her “Go Girl” glamour image. Love it! Especially the throwback POW! doorknocker earrings created by Melody Ehsani. The photo was captured by Atlanta celebrity photographer Derek Blanks.
Ciara also took a moment yesterday to share her election night memories of Barack Obama’s historic win:
The 23-year-old spent election night going back and forth from inside an Atlanta rehearsal studio to the hallway to check the results. “Finally, when rehearsals were over I just sat in the lobby area where the TVs are and watched the speeches. Just took it all in.
“I’ve just been feeling this sense of pride, like for days now,” she said. “Not just because of the history of the first black president — but because I just believe he will be a great president. Black people didn’t just vote for him, all ethnicities did. And I think that’s because Barack Obama sees us all as one. All Americans.
“I didn’t cry last night when I was watching his speech, but when I was driving here to rehearsal today, they were playing it on the radio with [contemporary gospel singer] Marvin Sapp’s ‘Never Would Have Made It’ underneath, and I just started boo-hooing.” (source)