In surprisingly unsurprising news of the day, Kesha revealed to Ryan Seacrest on KIIS FM she recently had a trippy supernatural encounter. A sexual encounter.
Instead of warding off the ghost with mint leaves and energy-flowing crystals, the “Tik Tok” singer apparently had sex with the invisible force. She said: “I also have this song called “Supernatural.” It’s about experiences with the supernatural … but in a sexy way … I had a couple experiences with the supernatural … I don’t know his name! He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.”
You can listen to a preview of the song below. Her new album Warrior will be out on Nov. 30. We also narrowed down some candidates of possible ghosts Kesha had sex with:
Patrick Swayze in Ghost
Slimer in Ghostbusters
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Kesha strolled outside the other day at the BMI (Broadcast Music Inc) Awards looking like every other famous celebrity. It was refreshing to see her in a simple black dress with a chic headband but I always counted on the girl to mix it up on the carpet, you know, with a pound of glitter, neon face paint and wacky eyebrows.
Which look do you prefer?
‘The Simpsons” introductory animation sequence has been a staple in pop-culture for over twenty years. It has always been a reliable comfort for me. It indicates that for at-least twenty-two minutes a day I would be thoroughly entertained.
The hit cartoon has built legion of fans that have immersed themselves so deeply into the series that the writers imbed hidden messages into the opening credits. These subtle nuances (In my opinion) are a wink and a nod to ‘The Simpsons’” super fans. Every Sunday, “The Simpsons” introduction has been slightly different. From the variation in Bart’s disciplinary lines in detention to how the family inevitably ends up on the couch, each opening has started with a bang.
This week, however, started with a pop and short after the sound of creativity slowly deflating from the show. For what I presume is the first time in the show’s history, somebody replaced the iconic harmonized theme song with Ke$ha’ “Tik Tok.” The switch was apparently part of a new week long promotion entitled “FOX Rocks.”
To be honest, I’m concerned. Either Matt Groening has finally run out of ideas for America’s longest running show or Ke$ha broke into his house and offered to blow him. Either way, the choice to use ‘Tik Tok’ as a substitute for the Simpsons theme song was a scary indication that no one is safe. Even an American institution, with over two decades of immense popularity, is vulnerable to Ke$ha’s infectious auto-tuned pop hooks. I have nothing against Ke$ha, however, this PR stunt was a feeble attempt by the Simpsons organization to stay relevant and gain the attention of today’s youth. I fear the writer’s may have finally lost touch with popular culture and it may be time to end the series before this gets worse.
BTW – check out my interview below with Ke$ha in case you are interested.
Ke$ha, notorious for waking up in the morning “feelin’ like P. Diddy,” has a viral video making its Internet rounds that shows the rising pop singer and her friend posse sneaking into the heavily guarded area that surrounds the famous Hollywood sign and hijacking it last week, reports rollingstone.com.
In the video, the “TiK ToK” singer and her entourage, accessorized with everything from fuzzy hats to animal masks, use spray-painted bed sheets to cover some of the letters of “Hollywood” and replace them to spell “Ke$hawood.”
It’s interesting – often times when we go out and shoot interviews there are always a couple of people asking if they can come along (which we always say no). But when people found out we were interviewing Ke$ha, there was a mob of people asking to come! And not only that, it was all types of different people from different age groups, different sexes, income brackets, etc. That just shows how huge she is! By the way, Ke$ha also asked Jordan before the interview if she looked like a tranny. He said no. What do you think?