Keke Palmer certainly knows how to party when she gets together with friends!
The beautiful actress shared some sultry pics and videos from her holiday yacht party on Sunday. Palmer and her crew of hot friends pulled off a fantastic synchronized dance to celebrate the Christmas season. Keke wore a tiger-striped strapless dress with a dangerously high slit while her girl group donned bikinis and shawls. The lovely ladies busted out dance moves set to the viral song on TikTok, “Element/Candy Shop” by Pop Smoke.
Scroll down to check out their moves!
The TikTok trend started when someone remixed Pop Smoke’s song, “Element” with 50 Cent’s song, “Candy Shop.” The girl group didn’t exactly nail the viral moves but it looked like they had a lot of fun… and that’s what matters!
“IN REAL TIME ?,” she captioned the funny video.
Keke’s millions of fans sounded off in the comments section of her post.
“Ayyyyeeee if my 2021 not this lit, throw it away ????????????,” one follower joked, while another said, “It’s the melanin & braids for me ❤️.”
Keke was in such a good mood that she had to give her followers a private dance via her Instagram story. “Let’s get ready for New Years Pooh. ?” she wrote alongside another fashionable photo of the girls.
Earlier in the week, the star reflected all her blessings and her Christmas holiday with her family.
“My family and I have been through so much together, for so many years we were all we had!! We have come so far but never ever can forget where we came from!” Palmer wrote on social media.
This Christmas was the 27-year-old star’s first shot at adulthood because she had the hosting duties this year. She took a moment to fill her followers in on how successful her first hosted holiday was.
“This is what I’m grateful for,” Keke wrote alongside a video of her family dancing on Xmas.
“I was so in the Palmer world this holiday season, which is usual, but even more so because I hosted Christmas this year!” She continued, “Wow, I’m really getting old haha we all are, but we still have fun like we did since we were kids.”