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Get ready for a weird one!
Kesha will be on tonight's episode of The Haunting Of…, and it's all about her infamous sex ghost!
The Tik Tok singer once said she had SEX with a ghost (hence the term sex ghost, right?!) and then wrote a song about it.
Now, four years later, she's decided to come face to face with that apparition for the TV show!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser for the show's upcoming season (below) which includes Kesha in tonight's premiere and a whole host of other celebs!!!
Kesha's not letting her legal drama keep her down.
On Wednesday, the Tik Tok singer took to Instagram to reassure her fans that, despite being stuck in a career limbo situation, she is still busy writing music.
The blonde beauty posted:
After a few months out of the limelight, Iggy Azalea is ready to get back to work — and once again say exactly what's on her mind!
The Aussie rapper stopped by radio show Cubby and Carolina In The Morning to promote her new single Team — and also talked collaborating with other artists, mental health, and her various "feuds!"
Despite persisting rumors, Iggy once again assured fans that there was no beef between her and Pretty Girls song partner Britney Spears!
She explained that Brit was a "good friend," but people like to pin women against each other because "it's more entertaining that way."
Iggy also admitted she's dying to collaborate with Kesha, and is trying to find a loophole to make a song with the Tik Tok singer — who currently can't record any music amid her ongoing legal battle. Iggy said:
It seems like Kesha still has a long fight ahead of her.
In case you forgot, the blonde beauty wants to officially severe ties with the music producer as she claims he sexually assaulted and abused her. The 42-year-old has vehemently denied these accusations.
Most recently, the Die Young starlet's legal team revealed they are attempting to convince the court that keeping her in this contract with the industry vet is similar to slavery. DANGGGGGG!
Obviously, Dr. Luke and his lawyers were not at all happy with that comparison as they quickly clapped back with a response. Gottwald's attorney, Christine Lepera, noted:
Kesha isn't done fighting.
On Monday, the pop powerhouse filed legal papers to take her battle with Dr. Luke — AKA Lukasz Gottwald — to an appeals court.
The 29-year-old's lawyer, Mark Geragos, wrote in the docs that keeping his client in her contract is similar to slavery:
"First, the Court erred in basing its decision on its finding that Kesha could record without interference from Gottwald. Although it recognized that 'slavery was done away with a long time ago' and that '[y]ou can't force someone to work . . . in a situation in which they don't want to work,' the Court's ruling requiring Kesha to work for Gottwald's companies, purportedly without his involvement, does just that."
The attorney also explained that, if let out of her contract with her alleged abuser, Kesha could compensate Sony Music Entertainment for breaking her deal.
He argued that the judge didn't consider that alternative option would allow the singer to be free while also giving the music giant the ability to still get their money back, saying:
AnnaLynne McCord continues to inspire by speaking up about sexual abuse.
The actress has since been an activist for sexual abuse survivors, and in a new interview with People, she sends her support to Lady GaGa and Kesha, two stars who have most recently spoken out about their stories.
"You never know who you might be saving or inspiring by talking. To have these stars share their stories, it is so powerful to a survivor who might feel like nobody knows what they are feeling, who feels alone."
And she continued:
Don't mess with this dangerous woman!
Kesha is currently wrapped up in the largest legal battle in all of Hollywood, and while the courts aren't necessarily making things easy for her, most of her fellow pop stars have been busy voicing their support.
The 22-year-old stopped by The NEW 92.3 AMP Radio on Wednesday to chat about her new album and title track Dangerous Woman and ended up discussing misogyny outside of the entertainment industry, saying: