Last night, Brandy attended Get Lucky for Lupus at Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California. She was looking gorgeous and i’m glad she attended the event, it’s a great cause!
» 2010 Appearances: Get Lucky for Lupus
Via Rap-Up.com: Brandy stepped into her dancing shoes on the two-hour season premiere of “Dancing with the Stars.” The singer-actress gracefully worked her way through the Viennese Waltz with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy while her mom, daughter, and brother Ray J cheered from the audience. Her moves impressed the judges, who awarded the excited star a 23/30 score.
“What an amazing night!” tweeted Brandy after the show. “I really did something else that I was terrified to do! Thank you to my family and friends/fans 4 their support! WOW!”
Check out a photo of Brandy in the DC Express Paper. It talks about how she is the one to beat on Dancing with the Stars. Credit: 4everkrazy4b for Posting it on twitter & 4everAnnie for letting me know about it.
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Check out photos of Brandy leaving the DWTS rehearsals.
» 2010 Candids: DWTS Practice – September 19th
Via Rap-Up.com: In addition to spilling about the “Tik Tok” singer, Bangladesh took the mic to discuss his feature-heavy solo project and the recent call he received from a “Dancing with the Stars” contestant. “I just got a call from Brandy,” he shared. “She wants me to do her album—hard stuff.”
Check out photos of Brandy looking GORGEOUS at Macy’s Glamorama, Fashion Extravaganza in Los Angeles last night.
-2010 Appearances: Macy’s Glamorama, Fashion Extravaganza
Via Out.com: Brandy was riding high. At 15, the singer released her self-titled debut album and racked up hit singles with “I Wanna Be Down” and “Brokenhearted,” her duet with Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men. A few years later the Mississippi native found success starring in the sitcom Moesha, which became the UPN network’s most successful show. She made her big screen debut in the 1998 thriller I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and also costarred in the made-for-TV movies Cinderella with Whitney Houston and Double Platinum with Diana Ross. However, her career-defining moment came days after her 20th birthday in 1999 when she took home the Grammy Award for “The Boy Is Mine,” her smash duet with fellow R&B singer Monica.
Some consider Brandy Norwood and Maksim Chmerkovskiy to be the No. 1 duo heading in to this season’s “Dancing with the Stars,” and Brandy admits she’s feeling the heat that comes with the high expectations! September 15, 2010