Cover Craze: The Indomitable Keke Palmer Discusses Identity & Fame for The Hollywood Reporter!


Keke Palmer is a celebrity whom I love to watch during interviews. She’s vibrant, verbose, & aware of herself. The confidence & class the Nope star exudes continues with her latest interview & cover for The Hollywood Reporter.

Decked out in designers like Gucci, Balenciaga, Stuart Weitzman, Michael Kors, Simone Rocha, & Sophia Webster, the powerhouse performer speaks to journalist Mikey O’Connell about her relationship with fame, her dual identities as Lauren Palmer behind the scenes & Keke in the spotlight, as well as her career goals to create opportunities for marginalized individuals in Hollywood. Additionally, the shoot was photographed by Munachi Osegbu & styled impeccably by Wayman + Micah.

The stunning Illinois native entertains within the article, just like she has & continues to do on the big & small screens, with spotlight-stealing performances in Hustlers, Alice, Scream Queens, & Akeelah and the Bee. Keke can wear anything & say anything—audiences & readers alike are charmed & continue to want more from this multitalented actress, singer, & producer.

Check out the video below from The Hollywood Reporter as Keke discusses some of her major career firsts:

Are you a fan of Keke’s? What’s your favorite role of hers? What would you like to see her in next? For more stylish posts, check out: the most festive evening shoes of the season, a cheerful & discounted sweater from J. Crew Factory, Jennifer Aniston’s Allure cover shoot, & an affordable blazer from the unlikeliest of stores! Happy Styling!

Silver Screen Style: Jennifer Lopez’s Netflix Documentary Streams Now!


The time has finally come for Jennifer Lopez‘s highly anticipated documentary Halftime to begin streaming on Netflix! While I haven’t watched it yet, it’s already added to My List & I can’t wait to see what the multi-hyphenate powerhouse reveals about her famed performance at Super Bowl LIV halftime with Shakira in 2020–the same year cinephiles were championing for Lopez to earn her first Academy Award nomination for her role as Ramona in Hustlers. Halftime has already premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, earning praise for its intimate portrayal of the actress-singer’s vulnerability regarding the trials of both success and failure in the public eye for her professional accomplishments and personal relationships.

If you haven’t checked the film yet & you’re still on the fence, play the trailer below to catch a behind-the-scenes glance:

Various media outlets have featured Lopez discussing the inspiration behind the documentary, along with the valuable social commentary about Latinx representation in the media and pay inequality.

Also, to refresh your memory and for the sake of entertainment, check out Jennifer Lopez & Shakira igniting the stage with their famously dynamic & fierce partnership, albeit forced by the NFL.

Have you seen Halftime yet? What did you think of the highly criticized halftime performance? Which celebrity documentaries are on your streaming queue? For more posts about the Bronx native, check out: Jennifer Lopez in Giambattista Valli, Jennifer Lopez’s blazer inspiration, Jennifer Lopez in a mustard coat, & Jennifer Lopez’s 2015 American Idol performance of “Feel the Light.” Happy Styling!