On the first day of spring, Kelly Rowland will be hitting the stage (teaming up with Claritin) for a live performance in NYC. And she’s bringing purple streaked new wiggery to the party. On the west coast, Bria Murphy was spotted on a nail salon run in Beverly Hills. Peep the pics inside….
Winter is officially gone. And in comes spring!
To celebrate the upcoming warm weather, Kelly Rowland (who suffers from allergies) has teamed up with Claritin for a live performance today in NYC.
The fab new mom (who’s on the newest cover of ESSENCE with her family) will be hitting the stage at noon today for New York City’s own Department of Sanitation staff. She will be entertaining all of the workers who have busted their butts this winter to ensure the city’s streets were cleared and safe for New Yorkers. How sweet.
Over in Beverly Hills…..
Dark & Lovely spokeswoman Bria Murphy was on her usual beauty routine making her way inside a nail salon in Beverly Hills yesterday.
Looks like Bria will be following in her dad’s footsteps as she has wrapped up filming for her debut film Drive, She Said. For her first movie role, the 25-year-old daughter of Eddie & Nicole Murphy will be starring as a prostitute (oh?!) in the indie comedy, alongside Ashley Tisdale and Janet Montgomery, who also play prostitutes in the film.
The film is described as a fish-out-of-water sex comedy, which also stars actor Jason Biggs and his wife Jenny Mollen who will play an on-screen married couple.
A synopsis of the film (via The Hollywood Reporter) is as follows:
The story centers on an insecure expectant father (Biggs) who, unable to find work in his field, unwittingly accepts a job chauffeuring prostitutes (Montgomery, Tisdale, Murphy) around Los Angeles. The story unfolds over the course of one night as the milquetoast dad finds he just may have the right stuff for fatherhood.
And below are a few promotional stills from the movie, one of which, Bria is seen rocking red pasties:
No word on the release date. We’ll keep you posted.
Photos: Splash/FameFlynet/Nicole Whitaker