The movie shared Peaches and Julian’s proposal story on TheKnot and it’s way too cute!
“Grabbing Peaches and a pair of hiking hooves, they climbed toward the top [of Lover's Peak], and when they finally got there, Julian said—between gasps for air—that all he wanted to do was shout about their love from the mountaintops. ‘I LOVE PEACHES!’ he screamed, and pulled out the ring,” their official wedding site says. So cute!
“Living my dreams!! Thank you @Vh1 and #HipHopHonors for allowing me to be apart of this tribute to the queens I aspire to be like. Salt and Peppa, I hope Dreezy & I made y’all proud!!!!” Keke wrote on her Instagram after the performance.
FYI: On the carpet, Keke is wearing a Baja East dress, Bally Swiss shoes and Messika jewelry.
Keke Palmer just made a major revelation – she recorded an entire album while starring on True Jackson, VP that she never released!
The 22-year-old Scream Queens actress explained to fans that when she was sixteen she struggled with depression and anxiety, feeling as though she was suppressing who she really was to please her record labels.
“These are the words I was afraid to stand behind because I had too much anxiety and could not process my experiences and how they were separate from the spirit of who I was… I let the labels confusion of me not being able to fit in a box become MY confusion of me. It was almost as if I was “divergent” (which we all are) and I was being ridiculed and not supported because the industry couldn’t understand it. I swallowed my voice for so long and felt that I would not release this music because I was sick of the music business turning its back on me!!” she explained on her website.
Keke added, “It wasn’t until many years later (now) that I have listened back on these records and realized I have always known the truth of who I was I just allowed others perception of me to become my perception of myself. I did not spread my wings because I was told I couldn’t fly a certain way and I believed it!…My anxiety, caused by the habit of unconsciously holding my breath, coupled with the stress of my personal life at that time created a lot of hard years of depression for me. However, I am exalted now because God brings it to you when you are ready, not when you think you are. I am now right where I should be and I can see with my heart that I have always known who I am and who I want to be.”
Keke is now ready to share the album, which she titled “Waited to Exhale,” with her fans. The entire album is available to be streamed on SoundCloud.
Keke Palmer struts her stuff as she makes her way into a building on Monday afternoon (June 20) in New York City.
The 22-year-old singer and actress recently took to her Instagram to reminisce on her first album So Uncool and the struggles she went through growing up in the entertainment industry.
“So many memories for me. I remember I went on the Jingle Jam tour with the Jonas Brothers and it was finishing right as I went into filming The Longshots with Ice Cube. Then on my off days on the weekends I toured around to military bases and performed in KMart #scressful,” she wrote, along with a clip from her “Keep It Movin” music video.
Keke continued, “This was such a fun yet difficult time for me, and even though creatively I didn’t have the last vote on how they presented my album (unfortunately cause I was a kid) I still tried to express the many facets of me in the video. The theme of my whole album was ‘I’m Keke‘ but Keke is many different characters, depicted on the album cover. As an adult now I can look back and say wow I visually created an escape displaying my many different moods do to all the stress and hardship I was experiencing as a child entertainer supporting her family financially. It was light hearted and fun but created in heartache. I believe even though I birthed that awesome creativity, I still yet wasn’t ready to face my truth as I have now to be the full artist I wanted to be. I hadn’t yet realized what it was I waned to say without other people’s opinions making me question it. Musically I have grown so much because I’m not afraid of my pain anymore because it too is apart of my truth. When you aren’t afraid of where you been you can finally get to where you are going.”