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Actress Keke Palmer has decided to go "natural' - the actress/singer has removed her weave.

For years Keke has worn a weave, but yesterday she decided to "free herself", and show off what she's working with underneath.

The actress took to Instagram to show off her new look, which she says id "laid."

And Keke's fans seem to love her new look. The comments in her box were overwhelmingly positive.

Here's a video of Keke's new look:

Keke Palmer is an actress and singer who made her first splash in Barbershop 2: Back in Business, later starring in Akeelah and the Bee (2006). In 2004, Keke became the youngest nominee for the Screen Actors Guild's best leading actress honor.

Her other movie credits include The Wool Cap and True Jackson, VP.

Here's what she looked like before:


Palmer works with the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs of the American charity Cool To Be Smart program, speaking to children about the importance of learning. She is also a supporter of Urban Farming and the Girl Scouts. 

She has worked with such charities as the YWCA and with Saving Our Daughters. Curtis Benjamin, the CEO of Saving Our Daughters stated, “We are so excited about having such an extraordinary singer & actress as Keke Palmer, to address these issues of bullying & abuse worldwide with the YWCA USA and with both our missions.“

In 2009, she attended the Stars and Strikes benefit for A Place Called Home. As of late 2010, Palmer, along with many other widely known celebrities, has been an avid representative for the “Saving Our Daughters” oath project, an anti-bullying campaign that allows people all over the world to take an oath to stop bullying.