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Keke Palmer Joyfully Belting "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" Will Make Your Day
The Password Host also shared a heartfelt message about the reason for the season.
No one is happier to be home for the holidays that Password Host Keke Palmer. The now-blonde (previously blue-haired) star was in such a good mood celebrating with her family, she burst into song, showing off her singing voice by belting out Darlene Love's pop classic "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)."
Keke Palmer sings Christmas songs
As if her powerful vocals weren't enough of a flex, Palmer then let followers take a look at her family dancing members listening to another pop song called "Home For The Holidays," recorded for the 2007 compilation album Disney Channel Holiday by one Keke Palmer. Yep, she's lip-syncing to herself.
Though she's obviously having fun being goofy in the video, Palmer sent her followers a heartfelt message in the caption. "I’m so grateful to God for my family. I know the holidays can bring up mixed feelings for people. It’s a challenge at times to be happy when there is so much going on in the world that can make you angry or sad. However, family, which doesn’t just mean blood relation, is what makes it all greater," she wrote, adding, "I’m wishing you all so much joy even if you are in hard times...Let’s make the best of it, love to all!" Now that's the energy and attitude to take into the new year.
All the Christmas Keke
If listening to her '07 jam and her brief Darlene Love cover aren't enough Keke Palmer for you, she also performed at the Rockefeller Center tree lighting ceremony, enrapturing the audience with her rendition of Nat King Cole's "The Christmas Song." Having been on Broadway as Cinderella, Palmer is no stranger to singing for crowds, and she doesn't look nervous at all.
Keke Palmer talks hosting Password
"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 gig.