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'PoPo come n get me if u can find meeee,' writes the 'We R Who We R' singer as she tweets an outdoor photo of herself squatting down with her pants pulled down.
Universal Pictures announces that the Kristen Wiig-starring adult comedy has more than 4.8 million VOD rentals in less than four months in release and has grossed more than $24 million to date.
Rumor has it, the 'Sleazy' singer writes the song and 'would also be a part of the song in a duet capacity.'
The 'Tik Tok' hitmaker casts some drag queens to take her fans for the 'Sleazy' experience in 'a whole new level.'
'New Year. New album. New hair. Get pumped,' the 'Tik Tok' hitmaker explains after showing off her brand new mohawk look.
The 'Sleazy' singer is determined to bring back the glory of 'dead' rock and roll music while at the same time showing off another side of hers which hasn't been shown in her first album.
The four heavyweight male rappers reply the 'Tik Tok' hitmaker's invitation to get sleazy by rapping extra verses in their signature styles in the crowded remix of the heavy bass banger.
Listen to Ke$ha's stripped-off version of the music icon's 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' which brought her to tears when recording.
The 'Tik Tok' hitmaker keeps it sassy in the newly-leaked song which might appear in her next studio installment.
Spending some quality time with his family a day after Thanksgiving, the 'Red' actor is spotted coming out of French boutique store L'Eclaireur with Rumer and Scout.
Riri, Ke$ha and GaGa, along with Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez, reportedly have been shifted to the Pop category to give more rooms in the Dance field for more hardcore dance acts.
Among the many stars tapped for the project, the 'Tik Tok' hitmaker is the emotional one as she broke down into tears during the recording session.
The 'Dead and Gone' hitmaker says of his verses, 'I haven't heard anybody but mine [but] I'm gonna put my money on mine.'
Listen to Cooper describing Ke$ha as a flesh-eating devil in one of his new songs in album 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare'.
Take a first listen at Ke$ha voicing the Devil in one of Alice's new songs for upcoming album 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare'.