Keke Palmer is always booked and busy. The multi-hyphenate entertainer has launched her new podcast, Baby, This Is Keke Palmer, exclusively on Amazon Music.
Each week, Palmer will dive into a topic that she has been obsessing over with special guests.
According to a press release, “Keke Palmer has questions for days, about everything under the sun. From the existential to the inconsequential. From pop culture to pop science. From the meaning of life to the meaning of W.A.P. From life in outer space to ‘Where the eff is Tom from MySpace?’ And everything in between.”
In episode one, Palmer goes down a rabbit hole about OnlyFans — the good, the bad and the surprising.
She is joined by Blac Chyna, who reportedly was the platform’s top earner in 2021, raking in $240 million. (Chyna addresses this in the episode and confirms whether or not it’s true.)
Aside from OnlyFans, Palmers also asks Chyna about her experience as a former stripper, her reality shows, upcoming projects and more.
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Last year, Palmer teamed with Amazon Original Stories, an imprint of Amazon Publishing, for a series of short stories based on the popular characters she developed on her Instagram account.
Southern Belle Insults, co-authored by Jasmine Guillory, consists of five books: My Dear Friend Janet, From the Desk of Lady Miss, Chelsea’s Werk Week, Keri on the Loose, and Sophie Dreams Big.
“What started out as an Instagram sketch, led me to one of my most beloved characters, Lady Miss Jacqueline. She’s always been larger than life—and a huge symbol of the moment when I realized I wanted to create worlds for my audience to get lost in,” said Palmer.
“In effect, she was the beginning of my producing journey. The opportunity to share what makes her not only funny, but important, is exciting!”
Palmer also signed an overall deal with Entertainment One in 2021. As part of her deal, the company manages worldwide rights and serves as the studio on all projects under the partnership.
“I am thrilled to be partnering with eOne to create entertaining, meaningful, fun television experiences that will deeply connect with audiences and be reflective of our current world,” Palmer said. “eOne’s commitment to allowing talent to bring their unique lens and lead the storytelling process made them an ideal partner for me.”
This year, Palmer starred in the historical thriller, Alice, which was inspired by actual events of an enslaved woman escaping to freedom after living under the iron fist of a harsh master in rural Georgia.
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Most recently, Palmer starred in Jordan Peele’s Nope opposite Daniel Kaluuya and Brandon Perea.
Palmer’s work in Nope scored her two nominations at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards, including the Female Movie Star of 2022 and the Drama Movie Star of 2022.
Fans can vote on nominees at votepca.com through Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 11:59 p.m. ET.
The 2022 People’s Choice Awards, hosted by Kenan Thompson, will air live Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC and E!
Listen to episode one of Baby, This Is Keke Palmer on Amazon Music.