General Hospital star excited about a side dream gig. has learned that General Hospital’s Michelle Stafford (Port Charles’ Nina Reeves Cassadine) will be hosting her own beauty segment on ExtraTV. Stafford posted on social media about the gig saying, “I can tell you all now!! I am going to be hosting some beauty segments for @extratv I am SO excited because we will be discovering the most cutting edge treatments in beauty and anti-aging and trying them out on me!! And then we’ll bring them to you!! I mean, it’s truly a DREAM JOB!!! Here was our first one that we did today! I am so excited!! I’m like a kid in a (beauty) candy store! ?? I’ll keep you all posted on when these will air! #dreamgig.”

Back in 2015, Stafford launched her first skin care line Coco Luxe, which evolved into Skin Nation. She recently appeared on ExtraTV to talk about the product line. After her sister was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer, Stafford began to look into the chemicals we put into our bodies on a daily basis. She set out to create a line of beauty products that were organic and natural, and the result is Skin Nation. She founded the company on the belief that every one of all shapes, sizes, colors, genders and ethnicities from all different backgrounds should be able benefit from using clean, inexpensive products.

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Stafford joined GH back in 2014 after departing the role of Phyllis Summers Newman on The Young and the Restless. She’s also kept busy with side projects such as The Stafford Project, The Secret Mind of a Single Mom, and her most recent online venture Single Mom a Go-Go podcast, which featured interviews with a variety of actors from the soap world.

ExtraTV is a daily syndicated newsmagazine dedicated to the latest events in the entertainment industry, including award shows and movie premieres. The show features an extensive lineup of celebrity interviews, during which the stars discuss their latest projects. Check your local listings for the time and channel.

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