Watch the Nope star blend the chart queen's "Don't Start Now" with an iconic 1981 stadium shaker
Keke Palmer is showing off her talents with an unforgettable — and unexpected — remix.
Host Jimmy Fallon tees up Palmer, 29, to play the game "Opposites Attract," which features two songs with opposing words in their titles — in this case Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now" and Journey's 1981 classic "Don't Stop Believin'."
it's not quite as simple as your average night out at the karaoke bar, but Palmer summons her musical instincts and impressive vocal skill to deliver an upbeat mashup with a surprisingly soulful finish that amps up Fallon and fellow participants Joel McHale, will.i.am and Saweetie.
Of course, Palmer is an old pro. She began her career with a Disney partnership as the star of the TV movie Jump In! Along the way, she built her music career in parallel with songs like "Bottoms Up" from her 2007 debut album So Uncool.
Though Palmer has turned her career attention in other directions — most recently voicing characters in Netflix's Human Resources and The Proud Family reboot — she still keeps music in her life, and her latest single "Standards" came out this week.
Palmer is also a new, first-time mom. The actress welcomed her first child, a son named Leodis "Leo" Andrellton in March.
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