Mya Harrison was spotted walking out of Good Morning America this morning, and she showed off not just her beautiful face - but her fit and trim body too.
Mya is out promoting her new music, and her vegan lifestyle. Mya believes that through vegan dieting and exercising, most Americans can look and feel great.
They say that 40 is the new 30, and in the world of celebrities, that DEFINITELY seems to be true.
Vogue's Alex Frank credits Mýa as an influence of Y2K R&B. Writing for Vogue, Alex alluded that R&B stars Tinashe, FKA twigs, and Jhené Aiko "echoed a familiar kind of sound"; the sultry, futuristic music of R&B pop singer Mýa.
In 2005, Mýa created her own nonprofit organization, The Mýa Arts & Tech Foundation, which is dedicated to "providing disadvantaged youth growth and opportunity through arts and technology education."
In 2007, Mýa was also the internationally featured artist in Heatherette's Fashion Show for Lifeball in Vienna, Austria to fight Global AIDS, hosted a fundraiser for Skool'd to aid homeless LGBT youth, and advocated gay rights by opening the Out 100 Awards. In 2009, she continued her philanthropic efforts by chairing the 2009 Operation Smile Event, participating in the literary project, If I'd Known Then: Women in Their 20s and 30s Write Letters to their Younger Selves, by Ellen Spraggins, and accepting an honoree award for her work with the NSAL and continued support of animal welfare.