While Kesha is known for her sexy, saucy and show-a-lotta-skin stage attire, we're taking a look back at some of her best red carpet looks.
While it might be easy and tempting to assume that Kesha is a revealing red carpet dresser, the singer actually has a great sense of style and she isn't afraid to go really short and daring (like she did at the 2013 Billboard Awards) or big and billowy (her 2013 AMAs gown).
Kesha, who also has her own jewelry line, remains a unique, unconventional and head-turning style maven. She has shown a predilection for black, but she isn't afraid to throw on something in a soft hue.
Go ahead and get wowed by Kesha's fancy and outrageous frocks.
At the 2012 VMAs, Kesha impressed in a short, black lace number that mimicked a floral print and sexily showed some skin. Her legs went on for days.
This dress was certainly costume-y, but all of the elements, from the mermaid braid to the turquoise jewelry to to the fur-trimmed collar, came together to make this look memorable.
Kesha was the belle of the 2013 AMAs ball in this black Michael Costello gown. She doesn't normally do such a full look, but she nailed it here. There was a lot of fabric, but she kept it saucy with that slit. That, and the rainbow hair hue.
Kesha dared to bare some thigh with her short, side-cheek showing Givenchy mini, worn with nude wedges to the 2013 Billboard Awards. There is no way she couldn't have gone commando, and she wore that dress with minimal makeup, slicked back hair and a whole lotta confidence.
Black is often a favored and preferred color for Kesha. She stunned in this wide-legged pantsuit, showing her grown up style and just a touch of outer sideboob. It was such a classy, polished and sophisticated look for her, thanks to the dramatic, sooty eyes and crimson-stained lips. She channeled Gwen Stefani here.
Who dat? Yes, that's Kesha, rocking a totally mod look. She was nearly unrecognizable with the thick, heavy bangs and '60s style, mod and mint green mini. She threw us for a loop and we loved it.
Kesha donned a soft, peachy-pink, lacy mini that nodded to the '60s in the fabric and the shape. She broke up some of the sweetness with the chunky black shoes and black lacquered, almond-shaped daggers.
Capes are normally reserved for superheroes and masked marauders, but Kesha made her gold grommeted topper feel like a boho-chic hippie chic mix. By tossing this over her stage bustier, she transformed her outfit.
Kesha was futuristic but femme in a silvery-blue ensemble with a tulle skirt and the requisite sideboob.
While the turquoise lipstick and arm band were a bit much, the one-shouldered, pleated black LBD was a total winner. Kesha dressed it up with accessories, but it still wowed us with its deceptive simplicity.