Gabrielle Union is showing love to Aunjanue Ellis on her social media account. She is praising all kinds of important women on a weekly basis. Check out her message here.
‘Today’s #WCW is Aunjanue Ellis. Aunjanue is a friend whose illustrious career has spanned decades. She is also a fierce advocate for civil rights. She’s had many iconic roles, including the matriarch of The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel, Ray, Men Of Honor and more. She recently starred in “King Richard” and her performance is absolutely chilling. It is so interesting to see the perspective of Brandi Williams and Aunjanue really takes the viewer back in time to understand what it took raising two superstars. Let us lift her up in the light of goodness and hold her there,’ she captioned her post.
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Someone said: ‘Soror Aunjanue Ellis is an incredible woman on sooooooo many levels…WE love you and thank you for all that you’ve done and continue to do for our culture, in front of and behind the cameras…’
One other follower said: ‘She is a beautiful, brilliant and bold actress, who bodies any role she chooses to take on. She makes you absolutely believe that she is that character….one of my favs.’
Someone else said: ‘Loved her in Lovecraft Country also. Hippolyta!!!’ and a commenter posted this: ‘She is sooooo slept on!!!! I’ve been hooked since Men Of Honor!!! Some of my faves are Ray, The Carlina White Story, Clark Sisters and NOW King Richard.’
A follwoer said: ‘I love this! I loved her since The Practice! Thank you for lifting her up in the light!!!! Giving her.’
‘Today’s #WCW is the beautiful and talented, @adele. Not only does this stunning woman have a voice of an angel, but her presence never fails to leave everyone in awe. She has 15 Grammys, but she remains one of the most humble people I know. The 1st time I met Adele I was warming up on the elliptical before my workout at the gym. I had a lot on my mind and had kinda zoned out when I felt someone touch my arm. I snap outta my fog and look up to see Adele,’ Gabrielle said.