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Yesterday (Februaru 9), Ciara and Russell were photographed at The Washington Wizards Vs New York Knicks Game in NYC. You can find HQ photos in the gallery:

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Yesterday (February 9), Ciara stopped by New York Stock Exchange to ring the closing bell with Keds. Check out HQ photos in the gallery:

You bring Ciara to ring the Closing Bell if you are Keds celebrating your 100th anniversary

Posted by New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

CiCi stopped by Access Hollywood this morning. She talked about her baby boy Future, Keds campaign, Beyonce’s SuperBowl performance and her boo Russell. Check out the videos below:

via Refinery29: It’s often the most recent (or major) milestone of a celeb’s success story that earns the most attention: the fancy award, the recognizable name, the buzzy magazine cover. And that comes as no surprise when the award is a Grammy or the name is, well, Ciara. But just as important as the fame are the “firsts” that led to that star status, from the first job to the first failure — or the first sex scene, if you’re Allison Williams of Girls.

So that’s why we’re hitting rewind on the careers of six women in the spotlight (such as the aforementioned HBO actress and mononymous singer) — specifically, the women fronting ‘ Ladies First campaign, which celebrates its centennial anniversary of designing women’s shoes and launches tomorrow. Putting our own fresh spin on the idea of “firsts,” we’re asking the campaign ambassadors to revisit their own lives and professional initiations — even the cringe-worthy, awkward, I-had-no-idea-what-I-was-in-for stuff. Yep, we’re going there. Ahead, you’ll discover new sides to and little-known facts about these leading ladies, including cool-girl entertainers Tori Kelly and Soko, model/chanteuse Cailin Russo, and tech queen Billie Whitehouse.

Read on for our exclusive and candid convo about their “firsts,” and see why this footwear icon’s girl-power message feels right at home in the hands (and on the feet) of these trailblazers.

How you know her: Creator of chart-topping hits that have influenced dance music for years (“Goodies,” “1, 2 Step,” and “Ride”), recipient of countless music honors, and Fashion Week (and Instagram) It Girl.

You started your music career when you were a teenager. But what was the very first job you had?
“At an early age, I did girls’ hair in my neighborhood. That was my hustle. I was able to make anywhere between $5 and $45 per girl.”

What’s your first-ever memory of being exposed to music?

“Around the age of four is when I first understood how music was able to make me feel. It really made me want to dance and want to sing. Instead of love at first sight, it was love at first listen. I connected right away.”

What do you consider to be your first significant career success?
“Winning a Grammy award. After winning, you feel validated that your dreams and goals are coming true and being reached. And from that point on, you are forever referred to and introduced as ‘Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter.’ That is pretty significant.”

On the flip side, what was your first big failure?
“The first time I experienced something not going so smoothly was the first time a song didn’t perform at the high level that my previous songs had. It was a song that I didn’t want to release, which made it frustrating. The label and I had different visions. They really pushed for it because they felt it would work; I agreed in an effort to be open-minded, but deep inside I felt it was the wrong decision. I didn’t let the situation stop me, though. I kept working and pushing harder.”

Looking back, which song off your very first album is still the most special to you?
“The song ‘Goodies.’ I really believed that it was the song to introduce myself to the world. It was No. 1 on the Billboard Airplay chart for eight weeks in a row.”

What’s the story behind the first song you created for your most recent album, Jackie?
“‘Dance Like We’re Making Love’ was the first song recorded, shortly before delivering my son. That marked the most special time in my life: becoming a mom.”

You’ve become a certifiable staple at Fashion Week — both in New York and abroad. Tell us about the first Fashion Week show you ever attended.
“It was Versace in Milan. Everything was incredible and so much to take in at the time. The production. The music. The lights. I also remember having dinner afterwards with Donatella Versace, Missy Elliott, and Elton John. Very cool and special.”

Today (February 8) Ciara, baby Future and Russell were spotted arriving at LAX. Check out HQ photos in the gallery:

Ciara, Tori Kelly and Allison Williams will play up their multidimensional lifestyles beyond Keds’ spring advertising.

Part of the newly formed Keds Collective, a cadre of women that includes Jamie Chung, Billie Whitehouse and others, their involvement is experiential. Williams, for example, has also directed two short videos for Keds’ site and will host the Feb. 10 “100 Years of Keds” event being held with Refinery 29. Ciara will perform at the West Chelsea event and she is also said to be crafting customized Keds for the brand’s collaboration with Topshop, due in stores late next month. (Source.) You can find first HQ photo of the campaign in the gallery:

Ciara will appear on Hollywood Game Night on Tuesday February 16, at 8pm on NBC, don’t miss it! The episode was shot in November last year. You can find some photos for the set in the gallery:

R&B superstar Dare Art Alade has revealed that the third edition of his highly anticipated concert, Love Like a Movie will hold on 28 February, 2016 and will feature International Grammy award winning superstar, Ciara.

Love Like A Movie, which has recorded two hugely successful editions in 2013 and 2014 that featured global superstars, Kim Kardashian and Kelly Rowland is set to break further grounds this year by completely reinventing the concept of the R&B dance party with choreographed dance, a dynamic laser show, music, symphonic lights and high energy performances from top Nigerian and international performers.

The show which will hold at the Eko Convention Centre, Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos will also feature star performances from some of Nigeria’s finest artistes including Yemi Alade, Adekunle Gold, Iyanya, Sound Sultan, Zaina, Omawumi, Sammy, Olamide, Vector, Kaffy, Simi, Tolu, Blackky, Styl Plus, Jazzman Olofin, Weird MC, Kenny Black and many more. (Source)

Yesterday (January 31) Ciara was seen at the NFL Pro Bowl football game in Honolulu. You can find HQ photos in the gallery:

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Ciara was spotted supporting her boyfriend Russell Wilson at the NFL Pro Bowl football practice in Kahuku, Hawaii on Friday and Saturday. Check out some HQ/MQ photos in the gallery:

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