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Emmy-winner Viola Davis talks with TODAY’s Willie Geist, Natalie Morales, and Al Roker about her love of renewing her wedding vows with her husband Julius Tennon, and her work with the Vaseline Healing Project, for which she is a paid spokesperson. The project will provide dermatological care, medical supplies, and health-worker training to help five million people living in disaster areas in the U.S. and abroad.