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That’s when I realized I wanted to be a voice for black women to know that you don’t have to change who we are and what you look like naturally to fit into society’s idea of what’s beautiful. I use and take a lot of natural things like coconut oil.
And by “encouraged me” I mean they were just like, “We’re not taking you to straighten your hair.” So I kind of had no choice growing up. I asked them about it and they were like, “No, we love your hair. ” America responded and I started getting letters from a ton of people.
Norman starred in the Das Racist music video for their song Girl, released on You Tube on October 23. Norman was also pegged as the host for the brand new music show Real Music Live (along with co-host Prolifik) which aired on NBC, following Saturday Night Live.
She starred in the role of "Raina" on the first season of the sitcom Mr. She guest starred in an episode of the ABC sitcom, How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life).
Based on the Academy Award winning film, the show was executive produced by Academy Award winner writer Paul Haggis.
Norman played "Angela" in the Screen Gems high school comedy Fired Up.
Later that year, she starred alongside Elliott Gould and Sara Rue in the comedy Dorfman in Love. Norman appeared in the pilot episode of New Girl, alongside Zooey Deschanel. She shot an episode for the new USA Network TV series Common Law, alongside the series stars Michael Ealy and Warren Kole.She appeared on the show for three seasons, while taking time off to shoot film and television projects.Norman had a recurring role as "Kaylee" on the soap opera The Young and the Restless. When I knew that I was really close to being chosen as one of the girls, I really thought they were gonna ask me to straighten my hair. I wanted to make sure that the storyline stays focused on the fact that we’re doing this social experiment about changing your [dating] profile photo from someone with darker skin to lighter skin and to see what the response was, but that we both come off as intelligent women.