from Akela and the Bee To True Jackson, Vice President To scream queens To no — I could literally go on any date — my girls qualify for Honey! she is pure talent. And she is also a very funny and interesting person. How could she not want to be her best friend after watching a video of her interview?
Here are 17 of Keke’s best interview moments that prove she’s literally iconic.
When she spoke passionately about what everyone thought of Rose Titanic:
when she remembers family time family feud After that, they went home angrily and silently:
When she told Queen Latifah about her first hangover:
As she hilariously recalled her missed opportunity with Michael Ealy:
When she finds it hard for butterflies to pee during a photo shoot:
When asked which object she wanted to be, she gave this laugh-worthy response:
When she explained that her mother ran her social media, Keke knew Mama Palmer was in a frenzy with trolls.
When she and President Biden took office, when she spoofed Vice President Kamala Harris’ *iconic* video:
And when she did Angela Bassett (in The Jacksons: The American Dream) Queen, impersonating Angela herself:
She talked about an issue that black girls know all too well: colorism, and how it affected her personally. Btw, thanks Keke, because what I thought was ugly as a kid was blacker than my fair-skinned mom and wimp. I feel so watched:
Or when she talks about how black women are rarely heard and are always expected to take everyone’s crap:
As she spotted Megan Thee Stallion during Vogue’s 2021 Met Gala red carpet interview 😛:
When she explained her ex was worried about her Hustlers Jimmy Kimmel asked her if they were still dating.
And when she talks about how she admires J.Lo and tries to act shy before singing Selena’s “Amor Prohibido” beautifully:
When she discussed her concerns about her and her baby’s astrological signs clashing:
When she took on the Hot Ones challenge and completely smashed it with her super funny Keke fashion:
And of course, an absolutely iconic moment when she had no idea who Vice President Dick Cheney was… sorry for that guy:
What was your favorite moment from the Keke Palmer interview? Let us know in the comments below!
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