Keke Palmer is taking over TikTok with her Southern belle alter ego

Keke Palmer has joined TikTok — well, sort of.

Recently, the “Scream Queens” star created an account called “Southern Belle Insults” for Lady Miss Jacqueline, one of her many amusing alter egos.

Like its name suggests, the page is dedicated to skits of Lady Miss Jacqueline serving lewks and hurling insults in the most dramatic way possible.


Have you met Lady Miss Jacqueline?(@kekepalmer) She is THE lady about town. #fyp #foryourpage 😏💋 Voice of Janet: @maxwyeth #SouthernBelleInsults

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In one video, Lady Miss ruins her friend Janet’s wedding day when she informs her that she will be the one marrying her fiancé on her wedding day.


Poor Janet, have you SEEN a mirror? Lady Miss: @kekepalmer 💋💋😏 Voice of Janet: @maxwyeth #fyp#foryou#foryourpage#southernbelleinsults

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In another, she pulls a classic Regina George and tells Janet that she loves her dress, which she says reminds her of her grandma’s tablecloth from the 1800s. SAVAGE.

Though Lady Miss is new to TikTok, she’s been around for quite a while. Since 2018, Keke has been uploading “Southern Belle Insults” videos to her Instagram — and yes, Janet has been at the receiving end of the affronts for more than two years.

Lady Miss isn’t Keke’s only alter ego. She also moonlights as Chelsea “Barbie” Taylor, an irritatingly positive life coach known for her “Mirror Affirmations.” (Barbie is so popular that Keke decided to create a satirical Facebook Watch series for her called Turnt Up with the Taylors!)

Welcome to TikTok, Lady Miss.

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