How awesome does Ciara look in her new photoshoot for Noisey Music by Vice magazine?
The Body Party singer was lensed for the digital weekly earlier this month, and opted for a presidential theme in honor of One Woman Army, her favorite single off of her new album Jackie.
“It was a part of my self discovery,” Ciara’s says of the song. “It represents my strength, it represents my story, it represents my point of view on everything.”
Dance Like We’re Making Love is Ciara’s Sexiest Video to Date
Ciara is back with the visual for Dance Like We’re Making Love, the second single to be released from her latest album Jackie. The video was helmed by director Dave Meyers and was unveiled on the jumbotron in New York’s Time Square earlier this evening.
Winning: Ciara Lands Another Endorsement
While presenting at yesterday’s Fashion Retail Academy Awards in London, singer Ciara announced her position as American Brand Ambassador for TopShop, one of the world’s most well known and successful chain of retail stores.
Ciara’s demand within the fashion world has continued to rise since Wilhelmina Models took her on as a client back in 2009. Since then she has forged partnerships with Calvin Klein, Louis Vuitton and most recently Roberto Cavalli.
After taping an episode of Project Runway earlier this week, singer Ciara was spotted hitting the streets of New York to shoot promos for her upcoming appearance.
Ciara has been delving into quite a bit of television this year, and recently found out her show I Can Do That has been renewed by NBC for a second season. CiCi’s guest appearances this season helped the show average around seven million viewers per episode, though she remained mum when asked by fans via social media if she planned to return.
Be honest. Did you really give a damn about anything at last night’s BET Awards besides the dance tribute to Janet Jackson and her appearance?
I know I didn’t. Even though I didn’t watch live, I kept hitting up Twitter just waiting for my timeline to be all Janet, all the time.
Sadly, it took nearly three hours, but I can honestly say it was worth the wait.
Tinashe did well in her Pleasure Principle tribute, and Jason Derulo was acceptable. Ciara, however, was clearly the one the audience was waiting for and she slayed her performance of If and Rhytmn Nation.