Baby, This Is Keke Palmer Live

Keke’s going live for the first time with her hit podcast. Listen, call in and chat with her in real time Fri 6/16 @ 12pm ET.


Baby, This Is Keke Palmer Live

What’s the latest on Keke Palmer’s mind? Find out when the Emmy-nominated host and multi-hyphenate entertainer goes live for the first time ever with her weekly Wondery hit podcast Baby, This Is Keke Palmer. The special live-streaming show will feature songs from Keke’s latest album Big Boss, special guests, and open phone lines so fans like you can call in or chat in real-time while tumbling down a rabbit hole of wide-ranging topics: from the existential to the inconsequential, pop culture to pop science, the meaning of life to the meaning of W.A.P., life in outer space to “Where the eff is Tom from MySpace” Whatever question or topic you’ve got, Keke Palmer is here to get into it.

Keke Palmer

Since the age of 10, Emmy award-winning actress, singer, songwriter, producer and television host Keke Palmer has been breaking barriers: from being the youngest actor to receive a SAG Award nomination in a lead actor category to being the youngest and first Black Cinderella in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical Cinderella on Broadway, to being the youngest talk show host in history. Keke has since hosted countless shows such as ABC’s GMA3: Strahan, Sara and Keke(which garnered her an Emmy nomination) and has starred in over 25 films and 30 TV shows, including Jordan Peele’s Nope, Hustlers with Jennifer Lopez, Disney/Pixar’s Lightyear (as the voice of Izzy), 20th Century Fox Television and Lee Daniels Entertainment’s Star, EPIX’s Berlin Station and FOX’s Scream Queens produced by Ryan Murphy.

As a passionate activist and advocate for young people, Keke launched her own digital network in 2022, Key TV, to spotlight a new generation of diverse creators and democratize the entertainment industry. In 2022, she also launched her record-breaking podcast, Baby, This Is Keke Palmer, with Wondery/Amazon and will next star in (and produce) Universal Studios’ comedy The Backup opposite Kevin Hart, followed by David O. Russell’s Super Toys with Sascha Baron Cohen.

Follow @kekepalmer and tune into Baby, This Is Keke Palmer Live on our iOS app, through Alexa, or on our embedded web player at its scheduled time. You can also catch Keke every week on Wondery for her usual podcast Baby, This Is Keke Palmer.

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