You'll understand what I'm talking about if you're a regular moviegoer. The film in the name of 'Akeelah and the Bee' is a well-known movie from the twentieth century.
It's a fantastic film about a young girl who excels in the spelling of words or what one calls 'dictation' in primary.
Regardless of the difficulty of a word, she almost at every time figure it out. The girl who happened to play this position was young back then but did an excellent work.
There's been a tremendous transformation with Akeela since 'Akeelah and the Bee' came out in about 15 years ago.
Talking a little bit about her, she's Lauren Keke Palmer. She's one gorgeous lady who became well-known all over the globe after her role in the above mentioned movie.
She became well-known in Hollywood, and also received a number of awards including the "Young Artist Award."
Following her appearance as Akeelah, she has gone into other sections in movies and appeared in other films.
Some of these movies include Shrink, Jump in, the Wool Hat, Longshots, and others. Keke is now concentrating on her professional life as a musician. She has a number of albums and pop hits too.
With this said, checkout her pictures below after a long while of acting 'Akeelah and the Bee':
What 2 words will you use to describe her now?
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