10:30 am, January 7th | by Laura Donovan
Bullying has been a hot topic in the media for a couple years, and the issue is still especially close to recording artist Ke$ha’s heart. The Los Angeles native just told Seventeen that she considers herself a major anti-harassment advocate because of the taunting her brother has endured for having speech problems — and also because she’s still haunted by bullying memories from long ago.
1:00 pm, December 18th | by Colette McIntyre
In the wake of the tragic shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary, Ke$ha’s single “Die Young” has been reportedly pulled from the airwaves by various radio stations. It’s a well-intentioned decision, and it’s also wrong.
10:45 am, October 9th | by Laura Donovan
It appears to be celebrity memoir week, and it’s only Tuesday! “Girls” creator Lena Dunham has just signed a $3.5 million book deal for a memoir on what she has learned and singer Ke$ha will be publishing an illustrated book on her transition from rags to riches. I’m definitely interested in reading both books, as Dunham reportedly put together an extensive proposal with “color, illustrations,” and more, but I’m a lot more intrigued by Ke$ha’s underdog story than Dunham’s book on “frank and funny advice on everything from sex to eating to traveling to work.”