Multi-talented Milla Jovovich hits the right note in Paris
As one of the leading lights of fashion design, modelling and cinema, Ukranian-born [Milla Jovovich] boasts an impressive CV. But it seems there is yet another string to her bow, as the versatile actress proved by belting her heart out on stage in Paris on Wednesday.
As one of the leading lights of fashion design, modelling and cinema, Ukranian-born Milla Jovovich boasts an impressive CV. But it seems there is yet another string to her bow, as the versatile actress proved by belting her heart out on stage in Paris on Wednesday.
Taking the microphone, Milla wowed audiences with her vocal talents at the Bobino cabaret club, which has been attracting unusual acts such as French legend Edith Piaf since 1812. Dressed in a dramatic navy blue and lime green dress, the 31-year-old confidently entertained the audience with her repertoire of songs.
And although we may be more accustomed to seeing Milla on the catwalk, silver screen or promoting her fashion collection Jovovich Hawk, with friend Carmen Hawk, the performer is no stranger to the recording studio. She released her first album, The Divine Comedy, in 1994, and sang with her band Plastic Has Memory throughout 1999.
The multi-talented creative has also contributed to film soundtracks and compilation albums, and continues to record a series of free-to-download tracks for her website.
Milla gives it her all on stage in the City of Light. The Ukranian-born actress, who is currently the face of Spanish fashion chain Mango, was supported by a crowd of friends on the night.
Despite proving her talents as a fashion designer, model and singer, Milla has not turned her back on film. Her latest flick, Resident Evil: Extinction is out in the autumn.