Blast From The Past

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Regina Belle

Regina Belle attended the Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s 20th Anniversary Awards Gala. It’s been a minute since we’ve seen Regina, she’s looking good and that rack is looking quite youthful.

More images from that event:

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Images via WENN


  • Royal Chocolate

    She’s still got it!!!

  • ama

    she looks like shes 60 years old…. this black is definetely cracking!

  • Reformed GammaRay

    “If I Could..” lol but I would..if iiiiIIII could lol!

  • Reformed GammaRay

    one mo,I would help you make it through the HUNgry yeeeears…lol

  • mzlynbkny

    Wow!!!!!!! I forgot all about Regina Bell……that girl use to sang!!!!!!!!

  • Truthy Troll

    Terrence Howard = ASS..and so full of himself + a

    s—-y actor..


  • Beaver Cleaver

    Damn! Age has been an unkind mistress to Regina Bell.


    Don’t get it twisted, Regina still can sang. She’s going to be at the Apollo this month.

  • Reformed GammaRay

    Yes. that thang can blow! melting face or not, them pipes is sturdy!

  • Mahogany


    I like what LWhitfield is wearing.

  • BETH

    it sad regina belle has great voice but not the looks in music business light bright damn near white is the motto talent optional

  • Curly Fries

    I hear you, ama. That black is sho’ nuff crackin’! Whoever did Regina’s weave did NOT have her best interests in mind. I don’t mean to be harsh, but she needs Jody Watley’s plastic surgeon. She’s looking amazing these days.

  • arasiam

    She has a great voice! her hair stylists did a lousy job matching her weave to her hair color. She’s graying at the edges, why didn’t she color that? She can sing though.

  • nuffsaid

    i hope that’s just the angle of the photo making her breasteses look so huge. Not a good look for anyone, but especially a woman of her age.

  • nono

    she look like bill cosby

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