Kesha's mother is speaking out about her daughter's inability to record new music without 'the rapist.'
Kesha is reportedly ready to work on new music, but only without her producer, Dr. Luke, whom she has filed a lawsuit against for sexual harassment.
Betweeen toothpaste featuring Mary-Kate's and Ashley's toothy grins or a condom featuring Kesha's head, some endorsement deals are better left unsigned.
The pop singer played a 'twenty-something wannabe rock star' on the CW's 'Jane the Virgin' last night (October 19).
Kesha' recent cover of the modern day classic does help to soften the blow of no new original music, at least a little.
Between Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj, these celebs' green dye-jobs will leave you totally envious.
Said one music insider in an affidavit, "...if Kesha cannot immediately resume recording and having her music promoted, marketed, and distributed by a major label, her career is effectively over."
First Britney, now this—who's next?
If you’re looking to lose all faith in the moral compass of your fellow humans, look no further than a recent survey Billboard allegedly sent out to top-tier music executives.
Kesha is the latest celebrity to speak out against animal cruelty in the wake of the controversy surrounding the death of Cecil the Lion.