Celebrities dating black women
At one time, Ebert briefly dated the queen of talk, big mama Oprah, and she even credits him with encouraging her to let ABC syndicate her talk show.And while he nowhere near wifed up the most powerful woman on the planet, he did marry attorney Charlie “Chaz” Hammel-Smith, who can be found by Ebert’s side a majority of the time.David Bowie After meeting in 1990, the electronica meets glam rocker married supermodel Iman in 1992.Bowie supposedly found himself quickly sprung by Somali-born Iman, and they admit to connecting at first based on their shared sense of humor.Shia La Beouf Transformers star Shia La Beouf had him some high profile brown sugar back in 2007, when he dated currently red head “S&M” singer Rihanna. “We weren’t passionate about each other in that way, so we remain friends.” Is it just me, or has Even Stevens grown up very nicely?Roger Ebert Everyone’s favorite, and most reliable “thumbs up” movie critic not only likes a good film or two, but a chocolate woman to watch the movie with.
In simpler terms, he’s not all that, yet he was all that when they were dating. Chris Noth Noth, best known for his work on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “The Good Wife” and of course “Sex and the City,” (you know that face!But the lady currently holding Bobby’s arm on the red carpet is his wife, Grace Hightower, whom he married in ’97.And while their relationship has gone up and down (they both renewed their vows and filed for divorce in 1999), they have remained booed up, and have a son together, Elliot, born in 1998.Maybe that’s why it’s so surprising, or dare I say, exciting, when you find out that someone with heavy Hollywood clout is courting a black woman.But you’d be surprised to find that a number of high profile figures of the whiter persuasion in music and film have a track record of dating, are currently dating, have dated, and love them some sistahs. Brad Pitt One of the sexiest men alive (People’s words not mine, though I don’t disagree) has dated a couple of black women in Hollywood, and both were surprises in my book.
Chaz is now the vice president of the critic’s company, Ebert Company, while he focuses on writing post his battle with thyroid cancer.