• May 26, 2024

Keke Palmer calls ‘The Cosby Show’ character Clair Huxtable ‘uppity’: ‘She makes me nervous’ – tlcfans.net

Keke Palmer Calls 'Cosby Show's' Clair Huxtable 'Uppity'
It’s easy to love Keke Palmer, but it seems like there are some things the child star has come to hate that many hyphenates.

The “Nope” star is the latest guest on “The Terrell Show,” a YouTube game show hosted by singer-songwriter Terrell Grice that challenges musicians to sing a song with a word he created. surprise them.

Palmer is the latest guest star in the series that has Cynthia Erivo, Chloe Bailey and Trevor Jackson all in the hot seat.

During a segment of the show, which has 1.17 million YouTube subscribers, Palmer was asked by Grice: “What do you hate that everyone loves?”

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“The Cosby Show” character Clair Huxtable, played by Phylicia Rashad for eight seasons of the NBC sitcom, ended in 1992, Palmer said.

“In short, she’s so obnoxious!” Palmer said around minute 39. “Oh, really girl! Stop!”

Clair is the fictional mother of five children and the wife of Cliff Huxtable, played by Bill Cosby. She is known for her effortless style, cool demeanor, and loving but no-nonsense attitude towards her children.

“Sometimes she makes me nervous because I’m like Clair, let’s be honest, little sister!” Palmer continued. There’s no way to know whether Palmer was joking or not, but hearing her do her impression of Clair is pretty hilarious and worth watching. Palmer started a conversation on Twitter that trended for days after “The Terrell Show” interview was held. was released on the platform on Thursday.

While some fans laughed at Palmer’s comments, others strongly disagreed with her point of view.

“Aww, I love KeKe but I disagree. I love me some Claire Huxtable,” a Twitter user named @RealFancyTee wrote last Sunday. “She was one of the few black women characters on television who showed us class, success, what it looked like to be a wife/mother. She was a lawyer, with a husband who is a doctor, raising five children while balancing work and family.” During the hilarious segment, Palmer also said she hates Twizzlers and the main character in the “Wednesday” series. “She’s such a perfect Mary Sue…,” she quipped about the franchise, which was recently adapted into a Netflix series. “At a certain point, I thought, ‘She has to be stopped!’”

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