Throwback Thursday. Is it ever OK to be dumped on social media? Keke and her dad race to see who can change a diaper quicker. Plus, astrologer David Palmer discusses what the stars say about celebrities.
Super model Shaun Ross talks about his career and gives tips on how to strike the perfect pose. A debate on whether light skin or dark skin matters. Beauty tips from celebrity make-up artist Terrell Mullin.
Gloria and Matt Barnes discuss leaving their reality show to keep their family together. Keke demonstrates the latest fitness craze, the "Twerk-out." Comedian Zainab Johnson appears to talk about Dumb Ass Posts. Sex Expert Shannon Boodram joins Keke to discuss open relationships
Taylour Paige and Logan Browning teach Keke their dance moves. Keke discusses what life is like when you have to break up with your best friend. Plus, women from around the world share what daily life is like for them.
Chris Brown's girlfriend Karreuche sits down with Keke to discuss her relationship with Chris. Keke also meets Malcom, a young homeless artist who chooses to live on the streets. They also get an update on the Homie Hook-up.
Bria and Shayne Murphy join Keke to play "How well do you know your sister." King Bach discusses his vines that have been by viewed by more than 7 million people. Kendra G. dishes about celebrity gossip. A look at hot tech gadgets that can capture your best selfies.
Wesley Jonathan joins Keke to talk about his career and his intense workouts. He also goes against an audience member to see who knows social media acronyms better. Keke is surprised by her grade school music teacher.
Brandy duets with Keke. Celebrity hairstylist Ursula Stephens transforms three girls with celebrity makeovers. Keke visits a barbershop to get men's perspectives on women's hair, and is also joined in studio by women who all wear their hair differently.
Keke plays 1 on 1 Amir Johnson of the Toronto Raptors. She also sits down with internet stars, Kingsley, Superwoman, and Necole Bitchie. Plus, Etcha Sketch Comedy troupe drops by the studio and Real Husbands of Hollywood's James Davis performs a stand up routine.