Who are black celebrities dating

24-Aug-2018 09:39 by 2 Comments

Who are black celebrities dating

In case you’re unfamiliar with the premise of the show, a man and a woman who have been matched by a panel of experts, marry each other “at first sight.” Meaning, they meet and marry their spouse on the same day.

Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower were married in 1997.A new generation of famous interracial couples are popping up in the entertainment industry and even collaborating professionally.British screenwriter Ol Parker met actress Thandie Newton while working on a BBC film and married in 1998.The idea sounds wild but it’s not that much unlike arranged marriages. Still, after today, I’m giving the network and their experts the side eye. In a video, where the experts discuss and decide which men to cast for the show, one of the experts said:“Many of our African American men have no interest in marrying an African American woman.Many of our African American women want husbands who are of the same race. It’s not supported by any data.”An expert for the show contacted Brunson explaining that the statement was referencing their applicant pool specifically and not a statement about the nature of dating trends in the general population. Joseph Cilona came through and tried to insult Brunson.A picture perfect example of one of these interracial celebrity couples is David Bowie and Iman.

The British rocker married the Somali-American model in 1992 and seem more in love than ever before.Proving that love sees no color, some of the most well-known and powerful duos are of mixed races.From Oscar-winning actors, to rock and roll icons, and even up-and-coming stars, there are several notable white men married to black women in Hollywood.You could say that De Niro has a thing for black women.He’s had three women in his life who were special, and each one is black.Legendary singer & performer David Bowie married Somali-American model Iman (Abdulmajid) on April 24, 1992.

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