Coco Jones Reveals She Would Love To Play Princess Tiana In A Live Action On The Wayne Ayers Podcast

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Coco Jones has accomplished what most people would hope to achieve over their lifetime. Coco was first noticed at the age of nine, after she sang the National Anthem for the St. Louis Rams in front of 42,000 people. From that moment on, having gotten her first taste of the entertainment industry, she was off and running. She began writing and recording in the studio, as well as doing live performances. Jones has starred in ‘Let It Shine’ with Tyler James Williams and now starring as Hilary Banks in Peacocks ‘Bel-Air’ series.

The ‘Bel-Air’ star recently graced the Wayne Ayers podcast. The 24-year-old singer and actress talked about being the new Hilary Banks on the dramatic reimagined show. She spoke on meeting Karyn Karyn Parsons who portrayed Hilary Banks in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

While on The Wayne Ayers Podcast, Coco Jones reveals who’s her favorite character from ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ and speaks on meeting Will Smith for the very first time. Jones spoke about recently signing to Def-Jam and her latest single Caliber. She also spoke on fans wanting her to portray Princess Tiana if Disney ever decides to move forward with a live action version of The Princess and the Frog. 

Jones is down‐to‐earth, sensible and very comical. She strives to be a light for her generation, and an advocate to all girls of color that she can reach. She aspires to use her platform for the benefit of the girls who look like her and understand her struggle. Coco is hard-working, and consistent. She always has a lasting effect on those she encounters.

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