Kerry Washington and her husband Nnamdi Asomugha made a rare appearance together at last night’s Kennedy Center Honors. Get the pics, plus the fabulous Obamas and more inside…
Hey there love birds! We rarely see Kerry and Nnamdi having a night out together, but ever since those silly divorce rumors hit the net last week, it looks like these two wanted to prove a point, subliminally. By the way, the twosome did just list (and sell within two days) their Hollywood Hills home for $2.7 million.
Last night at the White House and elsewhere in Washington D.C., honorees were introduced as the 2015 inductees of the Kennedy Center Honors.
The “Scandal” star looked gorgeous in her black Marchesa gown and Louboutin pumps. Very pretty look for her.
First Lady Michelle Obama PUSHED THROUGH looking amazing in this blue strapless dramatic gown as she made her entrance with her Presidential hubby Barack Obama. Mr. President had to come post0intermission because he was tied up delivering the Presidential address to the nation from the Oval Office.
A photo posted by Janelle Monáe (@janellemonae) on Dec 7, 2015 at 3:08pm PST
WHY is Janelle Monae so fab?! Her Giambattista Valli dress and Stuart Weitzman heels are EVERYTHING.
“How To Get Away With Murder” star Viola Davis showed up with husband Julius and looked great while hitting the carpet.
Rosie Perez was there in a classy Gustavo Cadile gown to congratulate her friend and honoree Rita Moreno.
Laurence Fushburne and wife Gina Torres hit the carpet looking like a dapper couple.
Looking stunning Mellody Hobson! Her hubby, the legendary George Lucas, was an honoree being inducted.
Honoree Cicely Tyson walked the carpet with her family looking regal as always.
Her good friend and Director in a few films, Tyler Perry, was right there to support.
Honoree Herbie Hancock hit the carpet before his big night.
Aretha Franklin said she wants everybody to know her fur is what.that.is. Work Aretha!
Usher hit the red carpet, then headed inside for the big event.
The obamas cheered on the fab inductees, which included singer/songwriter Carole King, director/producer George Lucas, actress/singer Rita Moreno, actress Cicely Tyson and conductor Seiji Ozawa.
Congrats to everyone!
CBS broadcasts the event on Dec. 29th.