- Black Panther actress Lupita Nyong'o rung in 38 with a gorgeous snap of herself
- The stunner shared the stunning snap on both her Twitter and Instagram accounts
- Lupita's fans could not believe that she was turning 38 because she looks like she's in her 20s
Lupita Nyong'o is now a whopping 38 years old. Many people couldn't believe that she was turning 38 on Monday, 1 March. They thought she was younger than that because she looks youthful.
The stunner celebrated her 38th birthday with a stunning pic. The actress took to both Twitter and Instagram and shared a gorgeous snap of herself in celebration of her birthday. The superstar captioned her post:
"This is 38."
The Black Panther star's fans flooded her comment section with birthday messages after she posted the cute pic. Check out some of their comments below:
"You look 28 not 38, omg."
"Love you queen! Hope you had a great day! I had a great 21st today!"
"BEAUTIFUL, GORGEOUS, STUNNING, BRILLIANT."
"Happy birthday Lupita."
"38 never looked so good."
"Gorgeous, beautiful, amazing, spectacular, wonderful, legendary, iconic, mwah mwah. Happy birthday queen."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kelly Rowland celebrated her 40th birthday on Thursday, 11 February. The US superstar shot to fame back in the 90s as a member of hit R&B group Destiny's Child.
The stunner has also dropped music as a single artist just like her other group members, including the the band's most famous member of Beyoncé. The new mommy also gave her fans a sneak peek of her birthday on Instagram.
She went live and showed her fans what went down during the intimate party. The songstress had her family and children at the small gathering due to the pandemic. A DJ played a virtual set for them.
Her bae also showed his dance skills in the video. In celebration of her birthday, the star dropped a new song titled 'Black Magic'. Her fans took to Twitter on Thursday to wish the singer a happy birthday. A tweep @ALEXJR2021 wrote:
"Happy birthday to you superstar and many more to come."
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