Quinta Brunson was an advocate for spring and flowers with her outfit on Friday’s episode of “The Jennifer Hudson Show” in Los Angeles.
The actress, author and producer arrived at the talk show in a cream-toned ensemble that featured a ribbed sweater with red floral appliqués and a coordinating wraparound skirt. Her sweater had a pastel pink border along the neckline and around the cuffs of her sleeves.
Brunson usually works with celebrity stylist and creative director Brian Jever on her looks. Javer has worked with Jacob Latimore, Patti LaBelle and Marsai Martin.
During the show, Brunson chatted with Hudson about all of her recent projects, including her first New York Fashion Week show.
Dressed by the designer herself, Brunson attended the Christian Siriano fashion show to preview the brand’s 2023 ready-to-wear collection. She wore a plunging black gown with edgy detailing at the neckline and a black cinnamon oval hat. At the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards on March 10, Brunson wore a pink Greta Constantine gown with oversize, balloon sleeves and a trumpet-style silhouette.
Brunson stars, produces and writes for “Abbott Elementary”. The series, which won a Golden Globe for “Best Musical/Comedy Series” in 2023, stars Sherrill Lee Ralph, Lisa Ann Walter and Tyler James Williams. Brunson is also set to make his “Saturday Night Live” debut on April 1, which will include a performance by Lil Yachty.
Stephanie Mills, who performed as Dorothy in the original production of “The Wiz”, was also a guest on Jennifer Hudson’s talk show. Mills arrived in a cheetah-print blouse and pant set, with a strappy black corset underneath. He sang his memorable singles, including “Be a Lion” and “Home”, allowing Hudson to sing with him for the ballad.