Gabrielle Union Let your fans enjoy the end of the year by sharing a very bold video of you bathing in bikini. The stunning actress took to her Instagram on New Year’s Eve to post clips from her tropical vacation with her husband Dwyane Wade and their lovely four year old daughter, Kavya, Showering under a small waterfall in a green two-piece, Gabrielle referenced the lyrics of TLC’s 1994 hit “Waterfalls,” writing, “If I stick to the rivers and lakes I’m used to I wouldn’t have made it that far.”
Gabrielle’s gorgeous family is enjoying their vacation, with the actress sharing the special moment on her social media including a few other bikini pics and clips! The proud parents also posted an adorable family video the day after Christmas to wish their followers a happy holiday.
Meanwhile, Gabrielle will be getting ready to try on her Clover cheerleading uniform again. The 49-year-old actress recently hinted at a possible sequel to the iconic 2000 teen comedy bring it on, who portrayed him as Kirsten Dunst’s School rival Isis. Responding to a tweet from a fan celebrating the film’s 22nd anniversary, Gabriel wrote, “Hmmm so Isis may have a teenager #BringItOn.”
Gabriel, who also shares Zaya14, Shot To Stardom, With Dwayne bring it on with Kirsten. However, Gabriel recently shared that he has some regrets about his role in the film. during the tour good Morning AmericaShe expressed concern about “strengthening” her character Isis, which she described in her book “You Got Anything Stronger?”
In the film, Isis learns that her team’s choreography has been stolen by a rival team, which would upset anyone, but Gabriel states that he felt he could not play it that way. “Black girls are not allowed to be angry. Certainly not demonstratively angry, and I mocked her,” she explained. “I mocked her and made her this kind, gentle leader, and I Still there was a villain in that film. I did all that shape-shifting for a character, and then I realized I was doing it for myself, too. I wasn’t allowing myself the full extent of my humanity.
With this in mind, Gabrielle said she would definitely make changes to her performance. “I would have allowed him full humanity, and part of being a full human is the ability to express rage at loss,” she elaborated. “When you don’t really allow yourself the full range of emotions and you muzzle your feelings, it allows people to think, ‘Maybe what I did wasn’t that bad after all.’ I would have given all my anger to him.
Although he may have had some reservations about how the original production was handled, Gabrielle is clearly on board for the sequel. Even before his cryptic tweet, he pitched ideas for a sequel during an August 2020 Zoom reunion with Kirsten and the director peyton reed, Gabriel said, “20 years later, the impact this film had and still has, it’s fantastic.” “So whatever we can come up with one day, I mean, Kirsten, maybe we’re like co-heads of the PTA. I don’t know.”
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