'Always have hope in your heart. I do!' the singer told a crowd.
Dr. Luke has reportedly filed a second defamation lawsuit against Kesha's mother, Pebe Sebert.
Reports say the singer wants to, instead, focus on a New York case.
"The approval has been restored," the label, Kemosabe Records, said in a statement.
Following the release of her version of "True Colors" with Zedd after a triumphant performance at Coachella last month, the recent news of her joining Diplo's Mad Decent Block Party tour this summer and her live cover of Lady Gaga's "Til It Happens To You" for the Humane Society, the "We R Who We R" singer is reportedly about to perform at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards — and she's going to make a statement while doing so...
Kesha's mother, Pebe Sebert, has dropped her counterclaims against Dr. Luke, less than three months after a judge dismissed the producer's initial lawsuit against her.
Kesha may have lost her legal bid for freedom from her recording contract with Sony, but her saga with Dr. Luke has yet to come to a close.
Trainor, who wrote the new Jennifer Lopez track, provides insight into how the Dr. Luke-produced song was made.
'Kemosabe Records and Sony elected to downsize certain departments,' the label said in a statement to Pitchfork.
The judge wrote, “Every rape is not a gender-motivated hate crime.”