-KeKe Palmer covers Harper's Bazaar's spring digital edition.
-Palmer on her "Sorry to this man" meme. Palmer "It was like a perfect little soundbite that people could add to a million different stories. That's why I say our generation inspires me so much. The voice. The creativity. I mean it's masterful. They give it life"
-Palmer on dating. Palmer " I've always had the same philosophy when it comes to dating, Not that I wouldn't give someone a try.But trying to keep my private life outside of my work life ,to me, is easiest when you don't date someone with the same career".
- Palmer on a pitfall of fame. Palmer" I think a lot about,like, Does this person really like me?And it's not just romantic relationships. It's friends too. that wavering, that's the most traumatic thing about fame. and that can really tear at your self esteem if you let it.Cause the reality is you really might be a great person, you might be that fun, that lovable,but because your always having to protect yourself from what people may want from you, you can't embrace the fact that maybe it's all true".
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It’s more important than ever to surround yourself with light and positivity during this time of crisis, and that’s why we’re excited to introduce to you our spring digital cover star, @KekePalmer! https://t.co/TgSjbzNagi— Harper's Bazaar (@harpersbazaarus) March 26, 2020