Have a ‘Wine with Korra’ today.

a new podcast with Korra Obidi.

Nigerian Superstar and new mommy bears it all in her new Podcast, “Wine With Korra!”

International Superstar, Instagram Influencer and Nigerian Princess, Korra Obidi Dean has had a very busy year!

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After marrying her husband Justin Dean, a Los Angeles based Chiropractor and health visionary, Korra gave birth this year to her beautiful daughter, June Dean. The baby, expected to be born in June, was delayed until July. The day of her birth was documented and shared on Instagram and YouTube, which is not a surprise for Korra’s fans, as she has always had a willingness to share her life, even the most intimate of moments, with her fans.

This is why the world loves Korra. Without censorship she speaks on her social media about family, politics, music and entertainment, and most recently, marriage and becoming a new mother.

During her pregnancy Korra kept dancing and sharing her passions for dance with her fans and the world. Twerking even into her last trimester with her attentive, compassionate and talented husband adjusting her throughout the pregnancy. She even auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance towards the end of her pregnancy.

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Korra Obidi Pregnancy with Talia Witkowski

Korra bears it all in her new Podcast Wine with Korra featured here and in AUDIO. After giving birth Korra, who is usually the life of the party, suffered from postpartum depression and had difficulty adjusting to motherhood. Her desire to share her experience and help begin the “wining session” for new mothers everywhere inspired her new podcast. 

Wine with Korra is a place where you can talk about anything and everything – nothing is “off limits.”

As a first time mother and new wife, Korra Obidi went from Nigerian Superstar (musician and professional dancer), to living in Los Angeles, marrying the love of her life, and having her first child.

It wasn’t what she expected but she’s enjoying every moment by doing what she does best – sharing her experiences – her highs and lows – with her loving fans, fellow moms, and most of all, those who need to hear the truth so they don’t feel alone.

Korra’s talent is matched only by her heart which is expressed in every episode as she holds nothing back, bears it all, and teaches from her own experience, how to survive motherhood, and womanhood in general.

Her first guest is Dr. Talia Witkowski. A friend and a clinical psychologist, who helps Korra, and her listeners, discuss and explore new motherhood, postpartum and other necessary conversation to survive motherhood.

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Korra Obidi Dean performs on ‘So you think you can dance s16’ PREGNANT!

Nigerian Professional dancer and Musician Korra Obidi brought new meaning to the term “hot mama” Monday, when she showed up for her So You Think You Can Dance audition with a very pregnant belly — and never let the fact that she was dancing for two slow her down.

“If I can just create a shift in my people, that’s my life goal. Where I’m from, it’s not accepted to dream like that,” explained Obidi, an actual princess, born into Nigerian royalty, who left her disapproving family to follow her dance dreams in Shanghai and eventually Los Angeles. “I want every young girl in Nigeria to see that you can do anything that you want to do if you put your mind to it, pregnant or not.”

Obidi was an awesome example for her future daughter at what she joked was her “duet audition” — leaping, undulating, high-kicking, and even doing the splits to “Bad Man” by fellow badasses Missy Elliott and M.I.A. The judges were shocked at first (the famously loud Mary Murphy wasn’t the only one screaming during this risky performance), but all of them were impressed by this real-life princess and queen of the dance floor.

“Korra, you are definitely one fierce woman, let me tell ya. I can’t wait to see the playback, because I still can’t believe that you can do that,” marveled Murphy.

“You gotta give respect to her. She just did a drop-split and then saved her baby’s life at the same time! … I’ve also never seen a baby pre-birth do choreography,” joked judge Dominic Sandoval. “I’m blown away. I applaud everything you’re about. Congratulations.”

“You are a world-changer, a systems-breaker. There is so much purpose in your choices,” raved Laurieann Gibson. “I mean, I couldn’t even think of being pregnant and dancing!”

And lead judge Nigel Lythgoe declared, “You are inspiring to women. Just because you’re having a baby doesn’t mean you should stop doing what you love. And that’s wonderful.”

Ultimately, the panel opted not to put Obidi through to the next round, probably out of concern for how she’d be able to keep up with other contestants as the season — and her pregnancy — progressed. But Murphy told her with a confident smile, “I know you’re coming back.”

And Obidi seemed happy just to have the opportunity to represent for all the talented hot mamas out there. “Performing on that stage was miraculous, and I’m happy that I got to experience it with her,” she said, referring to her unborn child.

Korra Releases Maternity Shots.

The process of creation is such a beautiful journey between mother and child but this process has been relegated to the shadows, leaving mothers feeling less than beautiful during and after the process of creating.

The celebration of the beauty of motherhood is all this shoot seeks to bring to light. Enjoy these photos by Elma Godwin. The body art was done by Lady Glitter fingers in Los Angeles. The pictures were retouched by Dolaposh. All photos were taken in Los Angeles. Carlifornia.

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