She admitted she’s ‘bored’ in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But Kesha managed to make her own fun on Wednesday, by lip-syncing to a remix of her 2010 hit Take It Off on the social media platform TikTok.
The 33-year-old pop star wore a Versace sports bra for the short video.
Keeping it light: Kesha managed to make her own fun on Wednesday, by lip-syncing to a remix of her 2010 hit Take It Off on the social media platform TikTok
Over the top, the Tik Tok hitmaker wore a fringed black leather jacket.
Her wavy brunette tresses were worn with bangs and pulled up into a loose pony tail as she danced to her own song.
Reposting the video to Instagram, the singer-songwriter included the caption, ‘If u bored like me just Take it off [GHOST EMOJIS]’.
Meanwhile, Kesha’s 26-date North American tour in support of her comeback album High Road has officially been postponed in light of the coronavirus.
‘Animals, I have to accept the current situation and postpone my High Road tour. I’m sorry 🙁 ‘ she wrote.
Style: The 33-year-old pop star wore a Versace sports bra for the short video
Sporty: The 33-year-old pop star wore a Versace sports bra for the short video
The singer continued: ‘I take an enormous amount of pride in making my shows a safe place for anyone no matter what, so with that in mind, my team is working hard to reschedule my tour for later in the year.’
Kesha then reassured fans that their tour tickets will be honored for the new shows and that rescheduled dates would be announced soon.
In follow-up tweets, she shared: ‘Y’all know that my live show is my absolute favorite part of making music, creating wild, beautiful memories and singing, dancing, crying and losing my mind onstage with all of u. I’m sad that I wont see you as soon as I had hoped, but it’s more important that we all keep each other safe.
‘I love u all and hope u all stay healthy and well… In the mean time I’ll share as many happy stupid pictures and videos that will hopefully be mildly entertaining.’
Rescheduled: Kesha announced via social media on Tuesday that she is postponing her 26-date North American High Road Tour due to the coronavirus pandemic
Postponed: The singer told her fans she is sad about the decision but knows it is the right thing to do. She reassured them their tickets would be honored for the rescheduled dates
Staying home: The Tik Tok hitmaker shared this fresh-faced selfie at the weekend as she remains in self-isolation to protect herself from COVID-19
Kesha released her fourth studio album High Road on January 31st.
It marked her first new music since she embarked on a long-running legal battle with producer Dr. Luke.
The Tik Tok hitmaker, whose full name is Kesha Rose Sebert, sued Dr. Luke – real name Lukasz Gottwald – in 2014, claiming he had sexually assaulted and emotionally abused her.
Gottwald filed his own suit against the singer in 2017, saying she’d breached their contract, and defamed him with false rape allegations in an effort to have it overturned.
Last month, a New York supreme court judge ruled in Gottwald’s favour and also ordered Kesha to pay over $566,409 in late royalty payments.
Kesha is back home after a trip to Australia to perform at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras party.
She told the country’s Daily Telegraph that High Road is her ‘redemption record’.
‘I had to do a lot of work in my head to realize that, as human beings, we are going to go through hard things and I don’t owe it to myself to remain in a place of utter sadness and reliving the negative side of my life,’ she explained.
‘I really feel part of my purpose is to entertain, to bring happiness and joy to people. I wanted to show the fans I am in a good place now.’
International star: Kesha is back home after a trip to Australia to perform at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras party last month