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    While many celebrities dabble with more than one talent, Keke Palmer continues to blow us away. The Midwest native sings, acts, has dipped her toe into the fashion world pool, and now, has her own television show, Just Keke, which debuted on BET this week. That's right, the young Nickelodeon legend-turned-film star (who can forget Akeelah and the Bee?) is all grown up, and despite having several movie and TV irons in the fire, still has time to sit down and chat with her equally fabulous peers as the youngest television host in talk show history. We don't know how she does it — so we decided to ask. Ahead, Palmer on her new gig, her affinity for Rihanna, and that smokin' hot Alon Livné dress. Congrats on the launch of your new talk show, Just Keke, on BET! What type of content are you going to cover? "Everything. Fashion, love, relationships." We saw that you were able to see your celeb crush Michael Ealy on your premier episode! How was that experience like for you? "It was really shocking because I was not expecting him to come out. I was very nervous. It was embarrassing, but it was also kind of exciting because he saw how much I liked him. I was just thankful that he took the time out to do something like that for me — it was really cool." What type of "fresh perspective" do you hope to bring to the world of talk show television? "The voice of my generation. The youth. I said in my first episode that I feel like people were giving us [the youth] a lot of slack for not having much to say, or for not saying anything with substance. But, the truth was we just didn't have a platform. They weren't really listening to what we had to say, and when they did, they would just sort of write it off — maybe somebody didn't use the best grammar, or maybe somebody was dressing differently. I feel like they aren't seeing the beauty in these differences, but that's what my show is all about. So, that's what my show is all about. To showcase the truth in our generation." What talk show hosts do you admire and why? "I definitely admire Oprah Winfrey because she changed the whole game. She was so real, so relatable, and so passionate — so everything. She inspired me to have the idea to think that I could do something like this. Whether I was able to pinpoint it or not, she really put a seed in my subconscious to believe it was possible, just by being herself." If you could have anyone in your chair to interview, who would it be and why? "Rihanna, because she's so genuinely real, yet I feel like a lot of times people try to judge her. But, the truth is that Rihanna is an individual. I would just love to have her on the show to talk to her about how free she must feel by just being herself despite what a lot of people sometimes say about her. That's definitely a level of peace that I would like to acquire at some point." Do you feel your Midwestern upbringing aided you in your career at all? "Yes. I think that my foundation definitely made me who I am today. Even though I grew up in the industry, I always kind of had that simple mindset and Midwestern-type of vibe, so I think that's why I was able to be so appreciate of the things that I had because I remember where I came from when I didn't have much. Those were some of the happiest times of my life. Money definitely doesn't bring you happiness, that's something you bring on yourself. I am very grateful for everything because I know a lot of people don't get these types of opportunities." You've proven that you're both an accomplished actress and singer. Do you have plans to continue to pursue both, or are you gravitating towards one more than the other? "No, I definitely want to do everything! I have to make time, but it's difficult. I mean, even now I wish I was going into the studio every weekend, but I can't because my voice is shot. I'm a workaholic, I love to work. Work is where I am most happy."
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