Your new favorite hosting duo is Keke Palmer and Joel Kim Booster. That's just a fact.
Palmer, who can currently be seen hosting GMA3: Strahan, Sara & Keke with Michael Strahan and Sara Haines and in social media feeds with her "Sorry to this man" meme, has signed on to host the new version of MTV's Singled Out for mobile-first platform Quibi. Kim Booster, who most recently starred in NBC's Sunnyside, will serve as co-host.
Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy were the original hosts of the show. Carmen Electra replaced McCarthy in 1997.
"I am thrilled to be hosting Singled Out," Palmer said in a statement. "To be able to reimagine this show for my generation and on a new platform is so exciting. Can't wait for you guys to see what we have in store!"
MTV is also working on a new version of Punk'd for Quibi.
In a press blast, MTV described the new Singled Out as so: "Hailed as a pop culture classic, Singled Out will hook up a new generation of singles, of all genders and sexual preferences, seeking love in 20 bite-sized episodes. Reflective of today's dating landscape, where everyone is connected, the series will bring online dating to life with a twist—the main dater is linked to the pool of diverse singles through social media."
Palmer recently starred in 2019's Hustlers opposite Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu. Her other credits include Joyful Noise, Scream Queens and Berlin Station. Kim Booster's additional credits include Big Mouth, BoJack Horseman and Shrill.
Look for Singled Out to premiere close to Quibi's spring 2020 launch. Get more info on the platform's on-the-go formatted programming below.