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Keke Palmer Debuts Stunning Electric Blue Hair Transformation: See Pics
The Password Host shook things up with her hair color.
Keke Palmer just showed fans an edgy new look, and we're totally obsessed.
On August 10, the Password Host took to her official Instagram page to share her bold new hairstyle that is totally flattering. The high-quality snapshots showed Palmer with a dark smokey eye and long, fluttery lashes while she gazed at the camera. But the best part? She showed off new, electric blue highlights in her wavy hair.
"Give em' the bluuues bby," she captioned the post with a clever pun.
Like her character in True Jackson, VP, Palmer is no stranger to being a fashionista and experimenting with her style. In a January interview with W Magazine, she talked about how going all out with her fashion choices helped her with her confidence during one of her first roles at a very young age.
“I was about 10 years old, and I was going to the Barbershop 2 premiere. My mom got me a little custom jean look made. Honey, my jean look was everything. I had pink fur on the collar, pink fur on the sleeves, I was just giving you life, honey. I wish I had the same poses that I did back then, because I was really taking photos. I was giving you everything,” she told the outlet.
In 2008, Palmer went on to star as the lead character in True Jackson, VP, playing a teenager who gets hired to be the vice president of an apparel line by a fashion executive. "When that show came out, everything changed for me. It was a whirlwind experience,” Palmer also told W Magazine.
Keke Palmer Hosts Password
As for Palmer's recent endeavors, she was nominated for her second Emmy Award last month. More specifically, she was nominated for Outstanding Host for a Game Show for her work on Password.
Hosting the game show has really let the Nope star shine. “I’m really feeling personality-hosting and producing, because I’m really feeling me and myself more than portraying someone else. Even though my personality in hosting is still a performative aspect of who I am, it’s a little bit closer to who I am than playing a character or a role,” she told The Washington Post of the experience in 2022.
Palmer won her first Emmy Award in 2021 for her TV Show Turnt Up With The Taylors, where she played multiple characters on the hilarious take of a fictionalized turbulent family airing their dramas for a mock reality TV show.