Hint: Some refer to this kid’s mom as an ‘idol’. Guess that celebrity kid!
It’s former American Idol singer Fantasia Barrino’s son Dallas. Dallas will celebrate his first birthday next month. He has an older sister named Zion, who is pictured below.
zion and dallas are gorgeous kids zion has grown up she has the looks to be a model she is too pretty and dallas is a cutie he could be a baby model
Whatever happen to her reality show “Fantasia 4 Real”?
I think things got TOO real for Fantasia
Zion is gorgeous. She needs to be a model.
He’s adorable! Zion is a mini-Fantasia! Both are so cute.
OMG!! HE IS TOO CUTE!!
Dallas is a cutie & I agree Trisha, he was just born to be turning one next month.
Essence Atkins’s son will turn one next month as well, can we a picture BCK?
He is too cute, man time flies. Zion got so big!
I was dead on! Dallas and Zion r beautiful! Fannie!I needbsome new music please.
OMG!!! Dallas is GORGEOUS!!!
He is sooo handsome! I thought this was Reagan Gomez’s son Tyger lol
I thought she just had him?! Geeze he grew fast lol. He’s handsome & Zion has gotten so big. I remember how small she was when Fantasia 1st blew up!
It’s something in the water.
He is such a cutie. Defiantly all daddy. She got what she wanted…
Zion is beautiful as well!!
He is so adorable!!!
HE IS A CUTIE-PA-TOOTIE!
For once i guessed right- he is too cute!
Fanny has some beautiful children. Lil man looks like his dad. Zion is growing up and she’s so beautiful. She’s definitely a Barrino.
He is soooo cute!
I was right!
I never would’ve guessed it. He is so cute and Zion is a pretty little girl!!
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