Congratulations to Tichina Arnold. The “Everybody Hates Chris” actress wed her beau Rico Hines in Hawaii over the weekend, reports Essence.com.
Arnold event sent Twitter updates to her followers about her wedding day.
The wedding was attended by about 70 guests and held at the Oasis Oceanfront Estate in Honolulu.
Congrats to the happy couple!
Congrats to Tichina Arnold! She announced her engagement Tuesday night during an appearance on BET’s ’106 & Park’.
The actress stopped by to promote her latest role, on Fran Drescher’s “Happily Married”, sharing the news and showing off her engagement ring.
Who’s the lucky man? He was actually in attendance as well, however off camera. as well. His name is Rico Hines. Hines is an assistant coach for Saint John’s University Men’s Basketball Team. He’s is a 2002 UCLA grad who was a player/athletic development assistant for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors. In his role with Golden State from 2006-10, Hines worked closely with players throughout the season to assist in their overall skill development and game preparation. Additionally, Hines was largely involved with the players’ off-season training.
The couple plan to wed later this year, sometime in September.
She also reveals that she has a band, ‘No Pressure’, and talks about working on and releasing her album she’s worked on for the past 20 years.
And did you guys know Tichina can freestyle? She did just that, it was actually a rhyme she says she wrote when she was thirteen.
Check out her interview below.
Finally, the cast of ‘The Wiz‘ has been announced! Ashanti , Tichina Arnold, Dawn Lewis and Orlando Jones and a few new comers are showed here., in a Broadway Photo shoot.
Orlando and Tichina are two very funny actors/comedians. So far the cast is looking promising, guess we’ll have to wait an see.
Ashanti is holding Nigel the dog, the same dog she brought to ‘There’s No Place Like Home’ dog adoption day at a New York City Center this past Saturday, May 30th. The singer was spotted signing autographs and promoting the upcoming reprisal of the play ‘The Wiz‘.