Ciara & Russell Wilson Invited To The White House For An Exclusive Concert By Prince

| June 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ciara & Russell Wilson have been popping up in D.C. together quite often lately. The twosome got all cozy at Josephine’s nightclub last month after Ciara’s D.C. show. And we all remember their White House State Dinner coming out party.


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Now, the budding new couple is back in D.C. as special guests to the president and first lady at the White House for a private concert by American music icon Prince.

All the White House would confirm was that the First Couple were “hosting a private party for friends and family” on Saturday night. There was no mention of 57-year-old rock star or his band, 3RDEYEGIRL, who’d already sold out two Sunday performances at the Warner Theatre. But one faint whiff of the VIP event came in the brief mention of “a small stage” set up on the South Lawn in a pool report sent Saturday afternoon. The twosome were spotted leaving out afterwards:

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That same night, Russell snapped the above pic on their way to dinner after the concert, and they look quite comfortable with each other. He simply said, “P.Y.T.”

Save The Last Dance…. #WhiteHouse

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They made a stunning entrance to 1789 Restaurant in Georgetown, a luxe and renovated Federal home that has tuned into a restaurant, as they celebrated Ciara’s makeup artist Yolonda Fredrick’s wedding anniversary after the concert.

I Got A Feelin….

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The Seattle Seahawks quarterback seemed at ease with the high fashion event sporting a high tie with a Houndstooth Patterned tuxedo blazer.

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Darnell Moore has extensively studied music and urban culture both academically and professionally for over 20 years. His writings and posts have appeared in many major urban publications. Moore is the founder and creator of Memoirs of an Urban Gentleman. Contact him , or

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