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How to Get Away with Great Skin

By Julie Fink
Posted On Feb 11, 2016
How to Get Away with Great Skin

As we all brace ourselves for the return of our favorite up-to-no-good cast, we turned to Aja Naomi King, one of the many outrageous talents on the massively popular show How to Get Away with Murder for some spring season spoilers. ABC left us a little in shock from the winter finale so Ms. King kindly lent us a peek into her secret life of Michaela and Caleb as well as her beauty secrets!

Michaela Pratt
Photo: ABC

“Not so nice after all, that puppy!” King says with a smirk after we find out it was Wes who finally shot Annalise. “All I can tell you is it’s very, very exciting,” she goes on to say, “and I cannot wait for you to see it.”

Wait a minute, wait just a minute… You leave us with that sex scene with Caleb and that is all you have to say Aja!

“Well, yes, a lot happened there with Michaela and Caleb. That story will be continued and we will see more inside that relationship there.” Oh, thank you Jesus! Those two are too hot.

Still bringing the sexy to the red carpet, King looked flawless at the LA Dance Project Benefit, held in December, and we asked if she can share some tips to gain that perfect glowing skin.

“It can get really hard with the schedule we have but water, water, water… sleep whenever you can get it and a great dermatologist.” She recommended Dr. Glynis Ablon in Manhattan Beach, an accomplished and acclaimed professional at the Ablon Skin Institute.

We are stoked to see what this crazy-sexy cast will be up to in the return of How to Get Away With Murder on February 11, 2016 on ABC. We are especially interested in the tragic turn of events that left Annalise bleeding out on the floor… curious to see how that one pans out.

Props to Viola Davis (Annalise Keating’s character) who picked up a Golden Globe nomination this year and took home her first SAG award!

Ms. King’s great big smile says it all. “She is so excited! She is always so excited and grateful about these things. She has been in this business for a long time so when she gets acknowledged for the work that she does, she is so happy about it.”

About the L.A. Dance Project Benefit

L.A. Dance Project (LADP) held its annual benefit on December 12, 2015 at The Los Angeles Theatre Center, and featured a one-night-only performance by Founding Director, Benjamin Millepied with former New York City Ballet (NYCB) Principal Dancer Janie Taylor. The artists performed alongside LADP dancers at the intimate event that helps to raise funds to support the organization’s artistic programming. Millepied (Black Swan choreographer), current Director of the esteemed Paris Opera Ballet, served as the evening’s host.