Temple noted that she enjoys working with her team, including her costume designer Jacky Levy and hair and makeup designer Nicky Austin. And we're guessing a big part of this has to do with their support of her vision for Keeley. She said, "There were conversations of like, if she's stepping into this new position of having her own company, what kind of changes would that make? And I was like, 'Well, I think she still has to be as quirky and pink and fluffy as Keeley has always been.' And everyone agreed. It's still the Keeley that we know and love, right? Even if she's in a position of power, she doesn't think of it that way."
Temple added, "She is who she is. A huge part of that is staying true to her gorgeous, mad look that she has going on. I kind of love the idea that she's always overdressed for things where you should be more underdressed and then vice versa."
If season four gets green-lit, we're counting on Keely to channel her inner Elle again.
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