Bella Thorne went with the blondes have more fun mentality for her Miami photoshoot!
The “Shake It” artist jumped on a jet to pose for pics at the iconic Versace Mansion in Miami, Florida, on March 10. Thorne decided to switch up her classic, fiery red hairstyle to something a lot lighter as she posed in front of the legendary pool while wearing Versace. She was actually raised in Miami before moving to Los Angeles to be an actor with her family, and she celebrated her natural Cuban roots… and we are not talking about her blonde hair!
The “Chick Fight” star looked breathtakingly gorgeous as she whipped her blonde locks back and forth for the photos. Bella rejoiced at the opportunity to be back in South Beach. “A Cuban girl back in her hometown Miamiiiiii??,” she wrote alongside her Versace pics.
Thorne spoke about her Latin heritage back in February 2020, when she revealed that people don’t think she is really Cuban. “Being Cuban/Latin in most people’s eyes means having dark eyes, dark hair, and dark skin, I’m naturally blonde I have hazel brown eyes and I try not to go in the sun because skin cancer runs in my family,” Bella wrote at the time. “Honestly I wish I looked more Latin so I could feel more Latin so I could feel closer to my father and be prouder of my heritage.” Her father, Reinaldo Thorne, was Cuban; he passed away after a motorcycle accident when Bella was 10-years-old.
Bella’s latest photoshoot is a production of her new company, Content X. She founded the company with her friend and longtime manager Thor Bradwell. Thorne serves as the creative director. “I’m excited to create Content X for this generation’s young creative forces and their social medium platforms,” Thorne said in a statement. “Content X will also specialize in identifying young writers, directors, etc. on social media to give them a platform to develop their skills.”
Content X is also responsible for the star’s Only Fans content, music, and music videos. Bella is currently pushing her fans to preorder her soon-to-be-released song, “Phantom.”