All the songs were just so-so, nothing stood out.
Irene Cara's Sparkle seemed so naturally sweet, and Jordin's Sparkle just came off as phony; like acting.
Both were captivating and although you knew from the start where this relationship was heading, it did not matter because you wanted to see it play out.
These types of movies tend to come off as phony nowadays.
With this being her film debut, I am sure that we will be seeing a lot more of Jordan on screen.
Alongside the interview, Carmen shows off her toned frame in a series of smouldering shots, wearing nothing but black knickers and a silk shirt.
It has soul, sound, and sizzle.
Then, hold onto your seat! The plot, centered in Detroit of the late 1960s, focuses on a tight-knit family of young women who form a pop vocal group and pursue music-business fame, all while trying to avoid the wrath of their mother.