GOOD Morning America’s Janai Norman delighted fans when she rocked a denim jumpsuit to work this week.
Janai, 33, appeared on Monday’s show dressed in the stylish all-in-one, which she teamed with a pair of nude peep-toe ankle boots.
ABCGood Morning America’s Janai Norman delighted fans when she rocked a denim jumpsuit to work this week[/caption]
Instagram/Janai.NormanThe 33-year-old looked fabulous in the pale blue all-in-one that featured capped sleeve and a waist belt[/caption]
The pale blue short-sleeved garment highlighted Janai’s slender figure and featured a waist belt and cuffed legs.
Janai decided to post a reel on Instagram that showed her getting ready for work because she had received so many compliments on her attire.
She captioned the video: “Gots lots of love for this jumpsuit – thank you!! But more importantly, what’d think of our piece on Chris Rock’s standup special?”
However, when it came to Janai’s post her fans were more interested in her fashion choices as opposed to Chris’ comments.
“Absolutely loved the jumpsuit @janai.norman,” one person commented, while another wrote: “Oooo love this jumpsuit!!”
A third person said: “Loved this outfit – so retro cool!” and a fourth added: “Yes you were werking it today.”
Someone else told her: “You looked really cute and I was like look at Janai in her cute jumpsuit!!!”
And another fan commented: “Looks fabulous with those shoes,” while a different person urged: “Janai quit playing, drop the link to this jumpsuit ASAP pls.”
Another Instagram user wrote: “You are stunning!! I loved the whole look this morning! Hair, makeup all of it.”
And someone else declared: “You slayed this morning! Loved your outfit. All the very best.”
Last week, Janai sparked concern among her fans when she shared a cryptic message on social media.
The post talked about being a “stressed out career woman” after experiencing “childhood trauma.”
The video featured a waterfall and a voice-over that talked about trauma.
“Excessive overthinking is usually a trauma response to a childhood where you were criticized too much,” the voice said.
“To avoid being told off by your parents, to keep your peace in a chaotic household, you learned to be hyper-vigilant.”
They continued: “To read their energy. To predict all the possible outcomes. To create SOME level of safety for yourself.”
“But the irony here is that overthinking is a deeply unsafe thing to do.”
“It sends signals to your system that you do not trust yourself or the process of your life,” they went on.
“Because you’re disconnected from your intuition, you feel like you’re not enough.”
“So you become a stressed-out career chaser trying to prove yourself,” it said.
“An anxious people pleaser, an emotional eater who struggles to lose weight, reacting as an adult as the confused and scared child that you once were.”
The video ended: “Teach your inner child that you are loved, you are safe, you are good enough, and you are safe to relax.”
“Everything will change.”
The GMA host did not add her own caption to the post or say anything else about it.
ABCThe TV host appeared on Monday’s episode of Good Morning America to discuss Chris Rock’s recent comments[/caption]
Instagram/Janai.NormanJanai uploaded a video of her getting ready for work at home[/caption]