and attended the Philadelphia High School for Girls.After graduating from high school, Scott attended Temple University while simultaneously working two jobs.She landed a part in a Canadian touring production of Scott went on to work with Questlove of the hip-hop group The Roots, co-writing the song "You Got Me," which would earn a rap performance Grammy.She also worked with producer and songwriter Jeff Townes (who collaborated with Will Smith as the duo DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince) to create tunes that would comprise her first album.
Her hair was pulled off her face in a bun updo, complete with tear-drop diamond earrings to accentuate her look.
By 2007, Scott had earned three Grammy Awards, including one for her rendition of "God Bless the Child" with George Benson and Al Jarreau., with Anthony Minghella handling directorial duties for the show's premiere.
Scott portrayed Precious Ramotswe, a caring yet forceful visionary who starts her own investigation business in Botswana.
The groom wore a simple black tux, accessorized with a black bowtie and white rose boutonniere, according to .
The hush-hush ceremony was filled with candles and gorgeous lighting, and the reception was tented, keeping with the couple's request for an intimate, party vibe.