R&B Superstars take centre stage at Wembley
The red carpet was rolled out for the R&B Superstars, which returned to the Wembley Arena in London with yet another sensational line-up of iconic stars.
Joining the American superstars backstage at the Base Buds lounge were home-grown recording artists such as X Factor’s Leigh Anne Pinnock (Little Mix), Rough Copy, Jahmene Douglas, Lisa Maffia, Gemma Cairney, Miss Dynamite, Gina Rio (Big Brither) and Tashie Jackson.
Black was the primary colour at this event, Leigh Anne Pinnock from girl-group Little Mix rocked sophistication in her LBD back stage.
Looking fabulous also in black was recording artist Jamelia.
Recording artist and TV presenter Lisa Maffia also rocked wearing black.
Recording artist Miss Dynamite also rocked sophistication wearing black trousers, printed shirt and black jacket.
TV talent Gina Rio who starred in Big Brother rocked black at the Base Buds lounge.
Whilst Ashley Walters rocked casual his wife Danielle Isaie rocked a lbd as they relaxed in the Base Bud lounge at Wembley Arena.
If there was a dress code then somebody didn’t inform Reality TV star Tashie Jackson who was dressed to impress wearing a revealing white dress.
Looking sophisticated American singer/songwriter Adina Howard rocked a grecian styled dress with trestles.
Adina offered words of support to UK X Factor UK contestants Rough Copy.
Singing sensation Ginuwine proved popular with female fans in the Base Buds lounge who queued up to be pictured with the star. Pictured Kay Z a singer and former Butterfly model.
The US recording artist also rocked a custom pair of Adidas trainers.
Singer and songwriter J Holiday also rocked the Base Buds lounge in London.
Ladies man Mario was happy to meet and greet and pose for pictures.
The star who was managed by Matthew Knowles (Beyonce father) rocked the stage at the Wembley Arena.
American superstar Sisqo also hit-up the Base Buds lounge in London. The American was happy to pose for the press and meet his UK fans.
Adina Howard was pictured being gifted a pair of Base Buds was happy to accept the gift. “I will give this to my daughter she will absolutely be delighted with this,” said the icon of R&B.
Joining FLYER Newspaper in the Base Buds lounge were superstars Adina Howard, Faith Evans, Mario, Sisqo and J Holiday. Adina Howard said: “Ive recently found time to indulge in my favourite past-time cooking. I just love cooking for people.”
The star-studded event brought audiences to their feet as they rocked from every corner of the arena to the sounds of the superstars. The super event, which climaxed in a rip-roaring display by R&B heavy weight Faith Evans did not disappoint and there was no surprise that the show overran. Faith Evans said: “I really wanted to put on a great show for you guys but the powers that be are asking me to leave.”
The management un-ceremoniously appeared to dip the lights for Faith’s final set forcing the superstar to reluctantly leave the stage much to the disappointment of the UK R&B massive.