Kesha is like a breath of fresh air in Hollywood. Earlier this year she was admitted to rehab, and not only is she not bothering to deny it, but in a gesture of complete sincerity, she’s also opening up to the public on what led her to that point and why she decided to seek help.
We can't help but say just how great Kesha (formerly "Ke$ha") looks now! The singer behind favorites such as 'Tik Tok' and 'We R Who We R' walked the red carpet last night at a Humane Society benefit in Beverly Hills. This marks the pop star's first public appearance since checking into a rehab facility in January for an eating disorder.
I love hearing musicians take a hit song, and put their own swing on it. This time, Scott Bradlee took Pitbull and Kesha's 'Timber' and turned it into a 1950's Doo Wop song. The female lead vocalist is Robyn Adele Anderson and the back up vocalists are The Tee Tones.
Kesha remains in rehab, treating an eating disorder and focusing on her recovery. Understandably, pop music's raunchiest dirty girl has had to postpone her upcoming March and April tour dates while she works on getting better.
It's that time of year. That time where we look back on the good, bad, and ugly of the past 365 days. In this case, we're looking at the good. Specifically, what you thought were the best songs of 2013.
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