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It’s easy to dismiss Tracey Edmonds as the ex-trophy wife of Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds who parlayed her husband’s name into entrance to the C-Suite as CEO of Edmonds Entertainment Group and COO of Our Stories Films. Easier still to ignore her accomplishments—she produced the hit films Soul FoodGood Luck Chuck, and Jumping the Broom—in favor of guilty pleasure gossip about why she went on to marry Eddie Murphy on New Year’s Day 2008, only to split from him weeks later (both parties opting not to legalize their private destination Bora Bora ceremony in the States).

It turns out—even with her rumored $30 million net worth, power to green light films, a closetful of Herve Leger and Roberto Cavalli, and her A-list exes—Edmonds has more in common with the women who watch her movies than one would think. She is just as concerned, for instance, with maintaining her appearance and works as hard on that as the next woman.

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