After a failed first marriage, failed engagement to her baby daddy, and the end of her HBO series ‘The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency,’ the neo soul diva has finally decided to stick to the rivers and the lakes that she’s used to.
“This is the simplest form of myself,” Jilly tells writer Lola Ogunnaike. In the cover story there’s lots of talk about “the lights coming on” in her life after turning 40 years old. Let’s hope.
“I look in the mirror and it’s like, ‘Hey, there you go. What’s up, girl?’ For me, hair is an accoutrement. Hair is jewelry. It’s an accessory. Tomorrow I may want a wig down to my butt and I’m gonna rock it, and the next day I may want a big Afro and I’m gonna rock that too.”
Jill Scott dishes about her television movie, Lifetime’s remake of ‘Steel Magnolias,’ and her new outlook on men in the full issue hitting stands soon.
| Quotes via Madame Noire