Super Bowl LVII: Who are Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds' ex-wives? Singer has 3 children from two marriages
GLENDALE, ARIZONA: Babyface, aka Kenneth Edmonds, the legendary singer, songwriter, and R&B producer, performed 'America the Beautiful' during the Super Bowl LVII pregame show. “Truly excited and honored to perform America the Beautiful at Super Bowl LVII and to be a part of this pregame lineup,” said Babyface via an Instagram post earlier.
The performance took place on February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, prior to the championship game and Rihanna's halftime act. In addition, Super Bowl LVII aired on Sunday, February 12, on Fox.
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Who are Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds' ex-wives?
In September 2022, Babyface was first seen out and about with a 33-year-old German model named "Rika" (real name Tischendorf). The couple were spotted attending the Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2022 runway show during NY Fashion Week on September 11, 2022, and also the BET Awards that year. Rika also posted about spending Christmas 2022 with Babyface.
But before he started dating Rika, Babyface got married three times. The artist was previously married to his first wife, Denise, and then to his second wife, Tracey Edmonds, whom he met in 1990 and wed two years later. His third wife was Nicole Pantenburg. Their marriage ended after seven years in 2021. While he did not have any children with Denise, he has two sons from Tracey and one daughter from Nicole.
Who is Tracey Edmonds? Singer shares 2 sons named Brandon and Dylan with ex
American businesswoman and television producer Tracey Elaine Edmonds (née McQuarn) was born on February 18, 1967. She was a former ‘Extra’ host and currently serves as CEO of Edmonds Entertainment Group Inc. and Alrightnow.com. She is also a member of the Producers Guild of America's national board of directors.
Edmonds successfully operated a real estate and mortgage company after graduating. She later founded Edmonds Entertainment Group, Inc. in 1993, a multimillion-dollar company that is actively involved in all facets of the entertainment industry. The 1997 movie Soul Food was made by Edmonds Entertainment and won five NAACP Image Awards.
Tracey met Babyface when she attended an audition for the music video for Babyface's song ‘Whip Appeal’ in 1990. Brandon and Dylan, their two children, were born on September 5, 1992, the day after their wedding. However, their marriage did not last long as Tracey submitted a divorce petition to the Los Angeles County Superior Court on January 7, 2005, citing irreconcilable differences.
Who is Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds' ex-wife, Nicole Pantenburg?
Nicole Pantenburg, 48, and Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds' have been together for over a decade, following his divorce from ex-wife Tracey Edmonds. Pantenburg, a dancer and actress originally from San Dimas, California, is quite active in the TV industry. Nicole has played roles in 'That 70's Show', 'Eve', 'For Your Love', and 'Longshot', according to her IMDb biography.
Nicole and Babyface began dating in 2007. The two connected at the office since Pantenburg was the singer's backup dancer. Peyton Edmonds, the couple's daughter, and their only child together, was born in 2008. The two later got married in 2014, when Nicole was 41 and Babyface was 55.
Unfortunately, the couple filed for divorce after seven years of marriage. “After much thought and with great sadness, we have decided to end our marriage. We continue to care and have respect for one another and share eternal love for our daughter and her well-being. We ask for personal privacy for ourselves and our daughter as we navigate these new steps as a family,” the couple told TMZ, emphasizing that they are prioritizing their daughter, Peyton.
Who sang at Super Bowl LVII?
Once more, it's that time of year! The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs played at Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, February 12, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. But many fans were more interested in knowing who performed at the event this year.
The NFL had revealed on Tuesday, January 24, that Sheryl Lee Ralph, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, and Chris Stapleton would perform on February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Arizona before the big game. Stapleton will perform the national anthem. Babyface, a famed R&B producer, will sing 'America the Beautiful', while Emmy-winning Abbott Elementary actress Ralph, 66, will sing 'Lift Every Voice and Sing'. As previously announced, after their performances, Rihanna will perform at the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show.