The new magazine Fearless launches this month by answering Vanity Fair's "New Hollywood" issue with its "Fearless Class of 2010."
While Vanity Fair was criticized for featuring only white actresses on the cover, Fearless showcases women of color. Getting the front-page stamp for the mag's maiden voyage are Tia Mowry, Naturi Naughton, Monique Coleman, Jennifer Freeman, Kyla Pratt, Tiffany Hines, Chyna Layne and Lauren London.
London, who has a child with Lil Wayne, revealed that she will star in the VH1 movie "Single Ladies," which Queen Latifah is spearheading, and she also explained her spirituality. "I'm always a fighter. With God, no person can stop you," she told the mag.
Meanwhile, Mowry, who stars in the "The Game," said she lives her life like the name of the magazine. "Success comes with risk," she said. "Being fearless is important."
"The idea to put a group of young women on the cover was thought of long before the year's Vanity Fair controversy, but after it happened, our Editorial Board thought it was a great opportunity to celebrate women of color who are actresses in Young Hollywood," said Arian Simone, the magazine's editorial director.
Simone, who says she wanted to give women of all minorities a major platform, described the "Fearless woman" as fashion-forward, free-spirited and forever fun.
Actor Lance Cross, the movie "Takers" and athletes Andre Verto and Dwight Freeny are also featured in the issue.
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