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Terry Crews' Wife Designed His America's Got Talent Finale Suit
Guess his family's got talent, too! Terry Crews is lucky enough to have a designer on call at home.
Any America's Got Talent viewer knows that Host Terry Crews brings massive energy to the stage while keeping the show running — and that he always looks great while doing it. The former football player and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star loves himself a snappy suit, impeccably tailored and often in a fun color. So for the AGT finale, he had to find something extra-special to wear, and naturally turned to his favorite designer: his wife, designer Rebecca King-Crews.
Terry Crews' wife, Rebecca King-Crews, designed his AGT Season 18 finale suit
"Yes! This is my wife’s line! Rebecca Crews. Shoes, everything. She puts it down. She’s got people all over Hollywood wearing her clothes, including me," Crews told NBC Insider about his outfit just after filming the AGT finale. "I’m just honored to have such a talented family. We are an Artist family. If we have an idea, we have to do it. And I’m just proud of her." Her eponymous line includes bags, accessories, clothes, shoes and makeup.
Terry and Rebecca have been married since 1989 and have raised five children together: daughters Naomi, Winfrey, Azriel and Tera, and son Isaiah. They are also grandparents to Naomi's daughter, Miley.
Speaking about the season 18 finale (the top prize went to Adrian Stoica and his pooch, Hurricane) Crews praised the audience's investment. "People want what they want. I expected this to be very, very competitive. But it also shows how invested people are. They are not playing. The boos! People are watching, they care," he said.
He also gushed over returning Judge for the upcoming America's Got Talent: Fantasy League, Mel B. And we totally get why. "People LOVE Mel B," said Crews, adding, "Mel B is a classic. First of all, she created the show. That’s what’s so wonderful. When you realize how many iterations she’s been on. She was actually on my first iteration which was Champions. And for her to come back — we have all the Acts coming back to the show as well, so why not the Judges? She’s the sweetest, she’s the best, and she knows how to judge."
Sounds like Rebecca King-Crews should get to work on a Scary Spice suit.
Reporting by McKenzie Jean-Philippe