LeToya Luckett Covers Rolling Out Magazine
Former Destiny’s Child member shares her insecurities and offers advice to young starlets.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
LeToya Luckett has been a star for quite a while now. After rising to fame as an original member of the famed girl group Destiny’s Child in the late 1990s, then stepping out on her own as a solo singer in the mid-2000s, the beauty from Houston has spent almost half of her life in the international spotlight. As she embarks on even more new professional beginnings — she’s set to release her new film, "From the Rough" and is working hard on her upcoming third solo album, "Until Then …", the 33-year-old star who spent much of her adolescence sharing a stage with the likes of Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland admits that it took a while for her to feel comfortable in her own skin. She had to learn to truly love herself.
“I had things about myself that I [didn’t] like,” says Luckett. The glare of the spotlight only amplifies insecurities. “People like to pick at your imperfections and that can be very hard on you as a person. I think a lot of times people forget that we’re human beings and some of us are fighting self-esteem issues already.”
Growth and progress are two things that seem to drive LeToya Luckett. She has quietly developed a strong acting résumé, generating buzz with her appearances on “Single Ladies,” (which was recently canceled by VH1 and picked up by Centric); HBO’s “Treme,” and a host of other TV shows and films.
Read what she has to say about being in the shadow Destiny’s Child despite the fact that she exited the group almost 15 years ago by visiting rollingout.com.
Be sure to check out the exclusive photo shoot and video footage with celebrity photographer DeWayne Rogers.
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