According to Us Weekly, Mary J. Blige’s nerves were high before her debut on the Off Broadway play ‘The Exonerated’, but was put at ease by her husband of three months, Kendu Isaacs. “He was my acting coach,” Blige said. “He always makes sure I’m all right.” A few days earlier, the couple had dined at Nello’s in New York for a two-hour lunch of lobster risotto. “They looked very fresh and stylish,” a source said. “And very much in love.”
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