Watch Keke Palmer Flaunt Her Body in Tight Pants & Crop Jacket as She Prepares to Host the VMAs
Keke Palmer recently gave fans an idea of what to expect from her as a host of the VMAs when she shared a short video clip of herself dressed in tight pants and a fabulous crop jacket.
Keke Palmer is pulling out all the stops as she prepares to host the VMAs! The famous actress recently took to her Instagram page with a video that flaunted her toned and gorgeous body.
Palmer was dressed in tight black pants, a red diamond-studded crop jacket, and black heels. She complimented the fabulous outfit with a golden old-fashioned spectacle and her nails were also studded with red jewels that matched the one on her jacket.
In her caption, Keke gave her fans and followers an idea of what to expect on Sunday when she hosts the MTV VMAs. She wrote:
"If I had hosted the #VMAs in the 1980's we all would have been a little NASTY. See how we do it in 2020 when I host the @vmas this Sunday..."
MTV revealed that Palmer would be hosting the VMAs in the footage which documents her having a video chat with "True Jackson," the fictional character she played on the Nickelodeon series, "True Jackson, VP."
When Palmer tells Jackson that she would be hosting this year's VMAs, Jackson spits out her water in response and jokes about how they had both become big deals — apparently, she's been promoted to CEO since the show ended in 2011.
Her talk show, "Strahan, Sara & Keke" had been canceled permanently.
Palmer ended the clip by modifying the wordings to the show's theme song to rejoice about her role for this year's award show.
Jackson is not the only one pleased with Palmer hosting the popular event — Bruce Gillmer, President of Music, Music Talent, Programming & Events for ViacomCBS Media Networks, also had this to say:
"We're thrilled to have the multi-talented Keke Palmer as this year's VMAs host. Keke is an energetic force and a quadruple threat with unmatched comedic wit ..."
News of Palmer hosting the VMAs came shortly after she confirmed that her talk show, "Strahan, Sara & Keke," had been canceled permanently after the program was put on hold in March for COVID-19 pandemic coverage.
The cancellation did not come as a surprise to Palmer who had suspected that if the show ever returned, it might take some time for them to return to film with an audience after the pandemic subsides.
This year's VMAs, which was formerly supposed to be held at the Barclays Center in New York, will now take place outdoors to provide a measure of extra protection amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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