Jordin Sparks keeps her head down as she chats on her phone while leaving the Grove with boyfriend Jason Derulo in Los Angeles on Sunday night (October 21).
The 22-year-old singer/actress just announced that she’ll be launching her second perfume, Ambition, in November.
“Right now, I feel like I can take on the world. Ambition is the perfect word for where I am in my life right now,” Jordin shared with WWD.
Ambition will be exclusively sold at The Bon-Ton Stores Inc.-owned locations and opens with notes of “white tea, bitter orange and sparkling lemon zest. It has a heart of mint leaf, sea moss, fresh cassis, wild raspberry and precious woods notes, and a base of Tahitian vanilla, resinous benzoin, white musk and sandalwood notes.”
“I wanted something that was really sleek, and I wanted something that was very easy to hold. It kind of looks like leather. I thought that was really cool,” Jordin added about the bottle design.
Jason‘s girlfriend Jordin Sparks recently chatted about their relationship, telling AOL Music, “It’s an obsession, but it’s reciprocal, because he’s working too.”
She added, “He literally told me the other day, ‘I’m trying to write this really sad, heartbreaking song, but I can’t do it! And every song that I have right now is about love and it’s going to be a sappy love CD!’”
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Jason Derulo arrives at the American Idol 2012 Finale Results Show held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on Wednesday evening (May 23) in Los Angeles.
The 22-year-old musician joined girlfriend Jordin Sparks at the finale, which crowned Phillip Phillips as the winner.
“A deal is a deal. Phillip won AI, so I gotta cook din 4 @jordinsparks. I have 2 use a recipe & make the meal repeatedly til its right. HELP!” Jason tweeted about his bet with Jordin.
The night before, Jason hit the Idol stage to perform his new single, “Undefeated.” The track was created as part of Coca-Cola’s “Perfect Harmony” initiative, which called on regular, non-pop star people to help write the song by submitting lyrics, and then voting for their favorite fan-written lines to be incorporated into the tune.