Joshua Jackson and Lupita Nyong’o are enjoying their prime time. The Dawson’s Creek alum and Us actress stepped out to attend Janelle Monae’s concert in Inglewood, Calif. on Oct. 18.
For the festive outing, Joshua, 45, wore a black jacket paired with a white T-shirt underneath, while Lupita, 40, sported a dark colored jacket and patterned shirt, complete with a black tank top. The two actors were photographed chatting occasionally throughout the night.
The night out at the “Primetime” singer’s show comes nearly three weeks after Jodie Turner-Smith filed for divorce from the Dr. Death star after four years of marriage.
According to court documents obtained by E! News Oct. 2, Jodie cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for their split and requested joint custody of their 3-year-old daughter. The filing also noted the date of their separation as Sept. 13.
As for Lupita, the Oscar winner recently announced she and Selema Masekela broke up after about one year of dating in a powerful message shared to social media.
“It is necessary for me to share a personal truth and publicly dissociate myself from someone I can no longer trust,” she wrote in her Oct. 19 Instagram post. “I find myself in a season of heartbreak because of a love suddenly and devastatingly extinguished by deception.”
And while the Black Panther star shared she’s “tempted to run into the shadows and hide,” she decided to open up about her personal to help anyone else facing “the grip of heartbreak, who is poised to try and escape from the pain and miss out on the wisdom that comes from it.”
“The promise, they say, is that a tender heart is what gives birth to fearlessness,” Lupita noted. “I hope it’s true.”
In other news – Snoop Dogg celebrates his 52nd birthday
On Oct. 20, the Doggfather turns 52 — and in honor of his “birthday month” (as he likes to celebrate), he recently released a limited-edition flavor of his ice cream brand, Dr. Bombay, which is sold at Walmart. The flavor? Birthday Party, of course, which is a yellow cake flavor with candy sprinkles, crushed pretzels and chocolate frosting swirls.
“I kept pulling up to the store and having to get two or three different brands of ice cream at a time, mixing and matching to get the flavors I wanted,” he tells PEOPLE of how he got in on the ice cream brand business. “Someone had to do it right and why not me? I needed a cut of the action! I’m always about my business always.” He adds, “Plus, ice cream is more than just a snack to me. It’s a way to kick back and relax.” Read More