Celeb Marriage Scene: Lala’s Full Court Life Gets Second Season

BY: - 9 Dec '11 | Black Celebrity Marriages

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LaLa Anthony announced that her reality television show, La La’s Full Court Life will be back for a second season. The series follows La La as she balances being a wife to NBA star Carmelo Anthony and mother to the couple’s four-year-old son Kiyan with her busy career as a television personality. {VH1}

Grant Hill and Tamia may be following in the Anthony’s footsteps and making a move to the Big Apple. The family now lives in Scottsdale, Arizona where Grant plays for the Suns, but he’s is reportedly courting a deal with the New York Knicks. The New York Post reports that sources close to the couple say the pair love NYC, but that they aren’t sure whether the move away from family oriented Scottsdale to the Big Apple would be the best move for their school-age daughters. {New York Post}  

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith danced away those divorce rumors that continue to swirl at Club LIV in Miami at a party hosted by Cathy and David Guetta. The couple wasted no time having fun after they arrived, heading straight to the DJ booth which Jada then busted a move on top of and took a spin around a pole. {Mrs. Grapevine}  

Director Spike Lee and wife Tonya Lewis Lee were photo’d out in NYC at the opening night performance of the Broadway play “Stick Fly.” {Yahoo}

Former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete is teaming up with Allstate to kick off National Give Back Day in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Give Back Day encourages individuals to volunteer in their communities through its Give Back Day program allstate.com/givebackday. Rodney and his wife Holly Robinson-Peete are cofounders of the HollyRod Foundation, which helps people living with Parkinson’s and autism disease.

Forest Whitaker was photo’d out with his wife Keisha and their daughter Sonnet at the 11th Marrakech International Film Festival in Marrakech, where Whitaker received an award in tribute to his career, on December 7, 2011. {Black Celeb Kids}  

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Aja Dorsey Jackson is a freelance writer and marriage educator in Baltimore, Maryland and author of the blog and book, Making Love in the Microwave.

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4 WordPress comments on “Celeb Marriage Scene: Lala’s Full Court Life Gets Second Season

  1. Niambi

    I watched a couple of the episodes.   Although she  is very fun-loving, Lala seems really grounded when it comes to her husband and son and doesn’t let their celebrity status interfere on her role as wife and mother.   I pray that their marriage withstands the test of time.

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    1. Niambi

      I just wanted to add that in one episode, her son didn’t want the cameras to be around at that time and LaLa turned to the camera crew and politely asked them to stop filming and to leave them alone for the rest of the evening.   I highly respect her for that.   Some celebrity parents would have ignored their child’s needs and kept the cameras rolling for the sake of the almighty dollar.

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