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*Year end, check in!

EUR On The Scene chatted with stars and personalities about the end of the year and award shows.

EUR: 2015 is coming to a close, what has been your favorite thing this year?

Keke Palmer: “Inside Out!” That movie is awesome! It’s great for children to see and great for adults too. We should always remind ourselves that feelings matter and you can choose what you want to feel each moment. You let yourself move forward positively.

L.A.F.: I love the project I’m about to drop December 22nd, that hasn’t happened yet, but it’s still going to be in 2015. This body of work is probably the most happiest and proudest I’ve been.

L.A.F. at Ui Culture app launch

L.A.F. at Ui Culture app launch

Milan Christopher: “Star Wars!” I love “Ant Man.” I love all Marvel comics and movies. I’m like a fantasy guru. My favorite song, was definitely my song, “When I Go.”

Marcel Red: My favorite song for this year would be Adele’s, “Hello.” It’s probably one of the hottest songs of the year.

Anthony Pazos: Hair trends! Lace front wigs with vivid colors. Short textured bobs, sleek hair and middle parts.

Anthony Pazos at Ui Culture app launch

Anthony Pazos at Ui Culture app launch

EUR: “Straight Outta Compton” was not nominated for a Gloden Globe, are accolades and awards important?

Keke Palmer: It always feels good to be acknowledged in some way. That’s human. You want someone to feel touched or for your work to have done something, but at the same time we don’t need an award to know “Straight Outta Compton” was a great movie. You know?…I don’t need anyone to tell this movie was awesome and it made an impact in my culture and my world. I’ll always remember.

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Keke Palmer at Ui Culture app launch

L.A.F.: It doesn’t matter at all. That is just another way to classify people or solidify them. It’s kind of like having a college degree, most people don’t even need it these days.

Milan Christopher: “Straight Outta Compton” was everything! It was one of the biggest grossing films, especially for a black film. I don’t understand how it wasn’t nominated. The acting was phenomenal! If it’s not Oscar nominated, it was definitely snubbed.