Russell Wilson Shuts Down Seattle Art Museum for Intimate Date Night With Ciara


Russell Wilson Shuts Down Seattle Art Museum for Intimate Date Night With Ciara


The Seattle Seahawks quarterback and the 'I Bet' singer get the museum all to themselves for a romantic date at Yayoi Kusama's 'Infinity Mirrors' exhibit.
Nothing can stop Russell Wilson from having an intimate date night with wife Ciara, not even a usually-packed Seattle Art Museum. The Seattle Seahawks quarterback goes as far as shutting down the museum to enjoy a romantic date with the singer at Yayoi Kusama's "Infinity Mirrors" exhibit.

The "I Bet" singer took to Instagram to share a jaw-dropping video from the recent date, featuring the couple, seen only in silhoutte, inside one of the installations which featured beautiful lights on it. "When Ya Man Shuts Down The Museum For #DateNight... Still Got My Head Spinnin," so she wrote in the caption.

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Ciara and Russell even added their own stickers to the exhibit's "Obliteration Room", where museum-goers have placed thousands of multicolored stickers throughout a previously stark-white room. "Placed Our Dots In The Sticker Furniture Room. Incredible Experience.#DateNight #YayoiKusama," she captioned another snap featuring the pair sitting on a polkadot couch.

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Ciara also shared a video of her dancing in another mirror room titled "Phalli's Field". Donning a black top and a matching skirt, the mother-of-two moved her hips sexily while grinning at the camera. She captioned the video, "Aye...Pops 2 Infinity."

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Ciara, who completed her look for the date night with a black choker and heels, was seen elegantly walking in a room full of big pink round-shaped tents with black dots on them. "LOVE. Dot. Dot. Dot #YayoiKusama," she wrote.

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Her husband, meanwhile, took to the photo-sharing platform to share a video of Ciara contemplating a number of paintings on the wall. "Mama's lookin' good looking at art on our date night," the athlete narrated the clip.



Exhibit attendees typically are given a strict 20- to 30-second time limit to spend in Kusama's enclosed, mirrored rooms. "Infinity Mirrors" exhibit will be closed at the Seattle Art Museum on September 10. It will next be featured at Los Angeles' Broad Museum from this October to January 2018.


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