So here it is you guys, your first look at Brandy’s new BET comedy Zoe Ever After.
Set to premiere in January 2016, the show revolves around Zoe Moon, a newly divorced mom seeking to make a name for herself outside the shadow of her famous ex-husband.
Zoe teams up with her sassy best friend and flamboyant gay assistant, and together they embark on turning Zoe into what she’s always wanted to be: the owner of her own cosmetics company.
Brandy is just one of several celebs making waves this week via their Instagram page. The 36-year old Zoe Ever After star has been posting images of herself reportedly set to appear in Renny Vasquez’s first coffee table book.
Renny is a celebrity make-up artist, currently on tour with fellow celebrity make-up artist Sam Fine. Both have worked their magic on countless celebs, and are reportedly in talks to star in their own reality show.
Brandy ‘s New Show Zoe Moon Gets a Name Change
As previously reported, Brandy and BET have teamed up for a new hour long comedy-drama titled Zoe Moon. The show is set to air sometime in early January 2016, but when it does, it will do so under the new name Zoe Ever After.
BET announced the name change when it unveiled the show’s cast, which consists of Dorian Missick (Zoe’s ex-husband Gemini Moon), Jaylon Gordon (Zoe’s son Xavier), Tory Devon Smith (Zoe’s assistant Valenté), Haneefah Wood (Zoe’s best friend Pearl) and Ignacio Serricchio (Zoe’s new love interest Miguel).
Make-up artist to the stars, Renny Vasquez, has just unveiled a gorgeous new Brandy photo shoot, rumored to be featured in his first coffee table book.
Brandy said the pair met by chance in a restaurant a few years back and have been inseparable ever since. “Renny is more than just a make-up artist. He is simply an artist. One thing I love most about working with Renny is that I can solely trust him. He knows my face, he has my best interest at heart, he continues to evolve his techniques, and he’s passionate about what he does.”
Pynk magazine recently hosted a Pynk Power Dinner in honor of singer Brandy Norwood.
The surprise event was to honor the Chicago star who was one of the first high profile celebs to agree to grace the cover when it was launched just over three years ago.
Co-founders Mecca Moore and Meeka Claxton shared memories of their first cover shoot with the R&B diva, calling her one of the most gracious and humble celebrities they’d ever had the pleasure of working with.