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Sup Travellers?! Remember Keke Palmer? She was very well known back in the days when she was ,uch younger. She starred in movies like "Akeelah and the Bee", "Madea's Family Reunion", and "Jump In". She was also the fourth highest paid child star on TV Star in her lead role in the Nickelodeon series, "True Jackson, VP." Anyway, enough back story!!!

This week, Keke Palmer buried her little girl image and showed the world all of her sexy grown woman assets on the cover of RollingOut. I always thought that Keke was gorgeous but these new photos of her just put the nail in the coffin....SHE'S DROP DEAD GORGEOUS!!! She has a new movie on the way called “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story.” Just thought that i'd throw that at you while we are on the topic of Keke Palmer.

Below is just a little glimpse of her spread on the Magazine. ENJOY!!! But while you immerse yourself in all the chocolate goodness that is Keke Palmer, just keep in mind that my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.


KeKe on growing up: “When people think of me initially, they remember me as ‘Akeelah [and the Bee].’ Sometimes it can be frustrating to be remembered at an age that you’ve outgrown. But at the same time, it’s never frustrated me to the point that I’ve wanted to lash out. I just take it one step at a time. I’ve been patient in letting people adapt to me and my growth."







































On balancing her personal and professional life: "Sometimes my personal life takes a backseat. My job never takes a backseat. Sometimes I feel like my life is in shambles and I’ll still be doing my job. It’s unintentional."









































On following her dreams: “I didn’t come from a lot. I had a lot of love and support from my family, but as far as money and that type of thing, I didn’t really have any of that. All I did was follow my dreams. If my fans take anything from me, I hope it would be that. It’s not just me being so special — they are too. They just haven’t realized it yet.