Jourdan Dunn Can't Control Her Tears While Watching B2K At The Millennium Tour
Despite the hiccups involving Raz B along the way, the Millennium Tour featuring B2K, Mario, Pretty Ricky, and many others has taken the U.S. by storm. When it was announced that the reunion tour was a reality, fans couldn’t wait to see some of their favorite early 2000s R&B groups perform live. One of those super fans is model Jourdan Dunn who revealed just how much she admires B2K when she shared a clip of herself shedding happy tears during the group’s recent concert.
“At my BIG age you know! 😩😭😩😭😩 B2K 4 EVER!!!,” she wrote. She continued fangirling in her Instagram Story, sharing images of herself with members of B2K. In one photo she wrote, “12 year old Jourdan wouldn’t even be able to take this pic.” The model was featured in Beyoncé’s “Yonce” music video, and a fan asked, “If your like this for dem, WHAT did you do when you met Beyonce..??!” Jourdan replied, “basically the same if I’m being honest.”
Dunn isn’t the only celebrity to share their excitement about attending the Millennium Tour. Chance The Rapper and his wife Kristen recently shared a video of themselves dancing to Chingy‘s “Right Thurr” before they made their way to the Atlanta show.
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