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The Questions: Kimberley Locke

June 23, 2010NewsComments109 Views

By Souleo. "American Idol" and "Celebrity Fit Club" alum, Kimberley Locke is on the move and there's no sign of her slowing down.  After racking up several #1 dance hits she is now a certified dance diva and recently partnered with hit producer and "American Idol" judge, Randy Jackson on his new label, DreamMerchant2.

Kimberley broke it down with JimmyJazz.com in this edition of The Questions.

Stop the hype: All the celebrity gossip.  It's everywhere.  The people love it.  I find myself checking it out too.  I'm like don't read it but I can't help it.  It's like a drug.  You have to at least read the cover.

Currently crazy about: "Unthinkable (I'm Ready)" by Alicia Keys.  Somebody who happened to be a guy-I won't say who-sent me that song and said listen to it.  I want to work with Alicia Keys and do a song with her.

I wish I could: I want to be in a movie ad I'm working on it.  I want to be in a Tyler Perry movie.

Favorite designer/brand: I love Catherine Malandrino's stores.  She is very in tune with the shape of a woman's body.  I am very curvy and can go into her store and buy something and it doesn't have to be altered.  I know it will fit me in all the right places and be classic and fun.

You'd be surprised to know: I ride a motorcycle.  I've been riding since I was a little girl.  When I was in Nashville last week I put 600 miles on my bike just riding with my friends and family.  I've been riding since I was little with my mom and dad.  It's a bonding moment for my brother and me.  I brought my bike in 2005 so it's one of my things that I love to do.

I dance in my underwear to:  Beyonce.  I love "Single Ladies" and "Halo."

I'll never say never to: I try to say never say never period 'because you never know what will happen.

When I'm in bed at night: I say my prayers and thank God for all the things he blessed me with and the wonderful people in my life.  I pray that everyday I can do something that will make a positive impact on somebody else's life.

June 23, 2010NewsComments109 Views