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Keke Palmer might’ve just secured her biggest bag yet

The poster-child of “booked, busy, and bi” has decided it’s her turn to start doing the booking. With a team of Black creatives already assembled, Keke Palmer is assuming her place at the top of the ladder.The star has paid her dues a good few times over; she made her big break at just 13 years old in Akeelah and the Bee, carried that momentum with beloved DCOM Jump In!, and has been hustling ever since.After all that grinding, fans are elated to see her unveiling her most ambitious project yet: a full-scale digital television network of her own.Welcome to KeyTV:Introducing @KeyTVNetwork, a new digital network from me, for you.

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