Kesha says 'Rainbow' album 'literally saved my life'

Kesha says 'Rainbow' album 'literally saved my life'

Kesha says 'Rainbow' album 'literally saved my life'

The singer, 30, became choked up as she spoke about life after her highly-publicized courtroom battle with former CEO of Kemosabe Records Lukasz Gottwald, who she accused of sexually assaulting her and blocking her from releasing music. "I have like 10 rainbow tattoos".

The hitmaker greeted fans before heading in to the morning chat show, turning heads in a lurid green silk suit.

The star's glossy chime bottomed outfit highlighted blossoms and rainbows decorated all through, and she wore a couple of metallic green and blue stage foot rear areas to coordinate. "I hope you feel that energy". "I'm so many emotions all the time right now".

Kesha has waited almost five years to release a new album.

"It's so personal", Kesha said, fighting back tears.

Elsewhere in the interview, Kesha discussed working with her mother and other family members on the album, alongside Dolly Parton, adding: "I consider her family now". Speaking on "Good Morning America", Kesha said: "It's so personal".

Let 'Em Talk is a high-energy pop-rock anthem preaching: "Shake that ass, don't care if they talk about your thing", and Woman is a song of empowerment filled with horns and expletives in a way that makes you automatically walk a little taller. How has that music, though, helped you through this hard time?' Kesha's new album has "saved her life" as it helped bring her out of a dark place after her lawsuit against Dr Luke.

Kesha was likewise close by to play out her sincerely charged single Praying, telling the gathering of people: 'On the off chance that I can endure the tune, I'm going to be singing it'.

She went on, "It's so personal".

I think colour symbolises hope - and rainbow, it's no coincidence that it's also the symbol for the LGBT community.

A strong fanbase rallied around the singer, particularly as he tried to free herself from her label, Sony.

Kesha just made a truly powerful reveal in one of her first televised appearances in years.

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