Celebrity Sisterhood: 6 Famous Friends We Love
Its got to be hard to find true friendship when you’re famous but these women seem to have unbreakable bonds! Take a look at our favorite and beautiful BFF’s…
Serena Williams & Kelly Rowland
It seems like on any given day in Miami, you can find these two ladies hanging out. Kelly is usually visible at one of Serena tennis matches and on occasion, we’ve heard Serena helps to promote Kelly’s album.
LaLa & Trina
LaLa said on her show last week that she’s known Trina since she was 16 and they’ve pretty much been friends every since. Who KNEW these ladies had at least 15 years of friendship under their belts?! La even tried to hook Trina up on a date (with a CUTIE, might I add).
Rihanna & Katy Perry
They’re young, a little wild, and at times, a little reckless. This makes for the perfect BFF pairing! Rihanna didn’t make it to Katy’s wedding to Russell Brand (something lame about her finishing up her album) but that hasn’t put a damper on the friendship. In fact, they were just seen overseas partying!
Sanaa Lathan & Gabrielle Union
I love that two of my favorite girls are also each other’s favorite girl!! They’re both busy with their own careers and personal lives but you best believe if there’s a red carpet they both need to be on, they will be there together!
Beyonce & Gwyneth Paltrow
Listen…I mean…I don’t know…it’s just. Seriously, I don’t know how or when this friendship came out – maybe when Jay and Coldplay worked together a few years ago – but what I do know is that these two are together quite often. They’ve also been quoted gushing over the other in their respective interviews. It seems like an odd pairing but what do we know??
Tichina Arnold & Tisha Campbell-Martin
These two go way back. Yes, they go back before their roles on “Martin.” Tisha and Tichina were both in Little Shop of Horrors which came out in the mid-80s. They’ve grown up together and they’ve worked together so much that it is no wonder they’re so close. Have you ever seem them in interviews? I’m sure the laughs just keep on coming behind closed doors!
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