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Keke Palmer looked amazing at the 2014 Emmy Awards and she has her hairstylist Cynthia Alvarez to thank. Keke’s updo wasn’t like others— from the front it's very simply pulled back, but the back had quite an interesting detail. “A classic style, with a twist...literally,” said Alvarez. Here, Alvarez explains the step by step process of getting Keke’s classic updo.
The actress will star in Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella this September.
Palmer talks to Brandy about her hit late 90's show Moesha, her role on The Game and the possibility of working together.
"She said I [should] just be myself," says Palmer.
Palmer gets the surprise of her life during the first episode of her new talk show, Just Keke.
Red carpet interviews from ESSENCE's annual Black Women in Hollywood event.
The 19-year-old actress opens up about the audition process and preparing for the role.