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Kesha Will Headline Dan Reynolds' LGBTQ Music Festival LOVELOUD
The "Praying" songstress praised the Imagine Dragons frontman's annual "celebration of love."
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Kesha Honors Ruth Bader Ginsburg In Emotional 'Ellen' Performance
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The pop singer broke out her harmonica for "Here Comes The Change," which she wrote specifically for the biopic "On the Basis of Sex."
Kesha For Gun Control
Kesha, her brother Sage & March For Our Lives teamed up for a song that shows the harsh realities of a school shooting.
March For Our Lives
Kesha’s Haunting March For Our Lives Video Exposes 'Vicious Cycle' Of School Shootings
Kesha's brother Sage wrote parts of "Safe" after the Parkland massacre.
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Kesha Found Inspiration For Her New Single In Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"I was struck by how much Ginsburg was able to accomplish in her life, and at the same time, how much more there is to do," she wrote.
Katy Perry Denies She Was Raped By Producer Dr. Luke In Partially Unsealed Deposition
Dr. Luke's legal team accused Kesha of orchestrating a “maliciously plotted" smear campaign against the producer.
Kesha Helps A Real-Life Same-Sex Couple Marry In Her New Video
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This is the singer's third time as a same-sex wedding officiant.
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Bob Dylan, Kesha Re-Imagine Classic Songs For LGBTQ Couples
On "Universal Love," singers flip pronouns and traditional gender roles.
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Kesha's #MeToo Grammys Moment Praised By Sony, Sparking Social Media Backlash
By Sabrina Rojas Weiss, Yahoo Lifestyle
Meanwhile, she released her third album, “Rainbow,” including hit single “Praying,” on Kemosabe last year. Though Dr. Luke
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HuffPost reporters break down the biggest moments at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
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#MeToo Movement Hits The Music Industry
Janelle Monae and Kesha brought the Me Too movement to the 60th annual Grammy Awards with strong words and a powerful performance while other artists shared their support by wearing white roses.
Kesha’s Powerful Grammy Performance
Kesha is this year’s most powerful performer at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Kesha’s Emotional Grammy Performance
Kesha performed her song “Praying” at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards bringing attention to the #MeToo movement.
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Kesha's Powerful Performance Is The One The Grammys Needed
The singer-songwriter performed her emotional ballad "Praying."
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'The Truman Show' Would Have Made An Amazing 'Black Mirror' Episode
The 25 most profound “Shower Thoughts” on Reddit from the last week.
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Kesha Explains Why The Holidays Are So Draining For People With Mental Illness
The singer-songwriter wrote an essay published in Time magazine.
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Kesha Nominated For First Grammys, Years After Accusing Producer Of Rape
For years, the hit-producing pop star stopped putting out music while tangled in lawsuits with Dr. Luke.
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Pink Slams Dr. Luke In Interview: ‘He’s Not A Good Person’
Girlfriend did not hold back.
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Kesha Opens Up About Taylor Swift And What Kind Of Friend She Is
Kesha Tweets Support To Taylor Swift Amid Sexual Assault Trial
"Truth is always the answer."
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Kesha’s Album Is Not Only An Inspiration, But Also Just Really Good
"Rainbow," the pop artist's first full-length album since 2012, represents a major move forward both personally and musically.
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