Cuba Gooding Jr. is in London to play Billy Flynn in the theatre production, Chicago was spotted leaving C restaurant in Central London looking in good spirits and possibly a little tipsy.
When leaving through the restaurant's revolving door, Cuba carried on through another rotation before finding the exit, to leave the restaurant. Cuba then walked to a nearby nightclub in the Capital to carry on the party.
He was accompanied by 5 beautiful ladies who he was seen flirting with at different stages on their walk from the nightclub.
In 1994, Gooding married his high school sweetheart, Sara Kapfer, with whom he has three children. In 2014, Kapfer filed for legal separation from Gooding.Gooding filed for divorce in January 2017
In a recent interview with The Guardian, the publication revealed:
In recent years Gooding has been clawing his way back. In 2016, he returned to global attention with the acclaimed Ryan Murphy series The People v OJ Simpson; now he’s leading a London revival of the musical Chicago, playing the male lead, lawyer Billy Flynn, who defends a murderous showgirl. Today he looks well considering he’s just finished a long day of dance rehearsals. “It’s like doing an extreme workout,” he says, slouching on the sofa in a London studio. Musicals seem such a natural fit for a showman like Gooding, it’s surprising he hasn’t tried it before. Singing and dancing have always been part of his life; his parents were both singers: his mother in 60s group the Sweethearts; his father in R&B group the Main Ingredient, who had a million-selling hit in 1972 with Everybody Plays The Fool.