Vivica A. Fox jetted to Jamaica last weekend for an intimate and fun-filled four days to celebrate yet another Birthday party marking her 50th year. Fox traveled to the island with best friend celebrity publicist BJ Coleman and gal pal Wendy-Raquel Robinson. Joined at her invitation only soiree were also some of Jamaica’s who’s who along with Peter Thomas of Real Housewives of Atlanta and Bernard Bronner of Bronner Brothers and Upscale Magazine. Ms. Fox was feted royally by communications giant Columbus Communications who spared no expense to cater a lavish over-the-top soiree for the 50 year old Hollywood star. Held at the Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay, Jamaica, guests were treated to scrumptious food selections, all night open-bar, a cabaret performance and a light show. Fox who was visibly moved by the outpouring of love and celebration on her behalf was seen crying during a moving tribute to her by singer Karen Smith.
Fox arrived with her entourage in a luxury motorcade and caused quite a stir when she stepped out of her chauffeur driven Mercedes GL 63 in a risque high slit custom-made dress by famed International designers Uzuri who worked alongside two of Jamaica's glam doyennes , Make Up Guru Sue Gregg and Celebrity Stylist Lisa Aries to perfect the starlet's Caribbean chic look. She was seen graciously waltzing her way through a sea of media and paparazzi who descended upon the historic venue to cover the night's event.
After a series of interviews and photo ops, Ms, Fox was invited to the dance floor to the tune of Beyonce’s single ladies. Fox partied into the wee hours of the morning after which she was whisked away to the Royalton White Sands Hotel, an exclusive super Luxury hotel in the resort city Montego Bay. To top off the wildly fun weekend, Vivica and friends on Sunday trekked to the Good Hope Estate in Trelawny where they were treated to a Rum Tasting and Horse and Carriage excursion that culminated into a private lunch at the Good Hope Great House (where blockbuster movie, 'How Stella Got Her Groove Back' was shot) overlooking the illustrious Jamaica mountains and lush greenery. A homemade Lychee cake was presented to Ms. Fox who to the delight of her friends and hosts loved every bite of her generous slice. The Jamaican all-time favorite, Jelly- Coconuts were served to guests along with Blue Mountain Coffee and Bailey's Irish cream. This seem to have been the perfect end to a whirlwind Jamaican weekend. Fox and her guests left Jamaica on Monday to prepare for her trip to Australia early next week.
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