Actress Sanaa Lathan narrates a 20-minute documentary highlighting the benefits of Vaseline Coca Butter hydrating lotion. People all over the world were asked, “what does your skin mean to you?”
She shares her personal story: “My caramel brown skin represents me, but also my history and those who came before me and will come after. They were all shades and beautiful. I hone, love and take pride in my skin because of them.”
The film is entitled, "Vaseline Skin Stories," and features narratives from people living across the globe including South America, the U.K., Africa and the U.S.
Samples of the product with will be available at a Vaseline-branded booth where you can tell your personal story with Vaseline (keep it clean).
The film will premiere on the Fourth of July at the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. And a meet and greet with Sanaa will take place.
The Festival itself boasts performances by Keyshia Cole, Jill Scott, Mary J. Blige, and Chris Brown.
The 2008 SoCo Music Festival is rolling out the stars. On the bill as headliners are The Roots, the Black Keys, GZA, Benevento Russo Duo and Ha Ha Tonka.
The festival will be held on on Sept. 6th, at Willow Island - Alliant Energy Center's outdoor pavilion in Madison, WI.
Admission is free to the day-long event, but is open only to those ages 21 and older so DO NOT try to bring your children or young relatives.
A second stage will be erected featuring local bands.
For more information go to For more information, visit www.southerncomfort.com.
Kim Kardashian is clueless. Instead of taking an opportunity to gain more fans, she snubs a whole cafe full of them.
While visiting a Starbucks, Kim sauntered straight to the counter bypassing the patrons and telling them she "had to get in and out quickly because there were photographers waiting outside to take her picture and she needed to rush back out."
If she wanted a photo op, she should have waiting in line and chatted or signed autographs rather than become the subject of another bad press moment.