After her landmark appearance in a Vanity Fair lie detector test video, the Hustlers star has officially been forced into knowledge of Dick Cheney.
Keke Palmer didn’t see Vice, but plenty of other people didn’t either. The movie was fine and so was this: The 26-year-old musician and actor wasn’t yet double digits when Dick Cheney became vice president in 2001, and making “Bottoms Up” and Hustlers were more important than revisiting those eight years.
Then she took a lie detector test for a Vanity Fair video that was published last week. In it, she’s asked if her title character, a fashion-company vice president, on True Jackson, VP, was better than Cheney. “I hate to say it, I hope I don’t sound ridiculous, I don’t know who this man is,” she responded. “I mean, he could be walking down the street, and I wouldn’t know a thing.”