These are the five pop-culture things to know this evening.
Kesha accused former collaborator Dr. Luke of raping Katy Perry in a text message to Lady Gaga, according to court documents filed in New York.
Some of music's finest artists hit Madison Square Garden to honor music legend Elton John, with stellar performances and messages of love.
The longtime LGBTQ rights advocate Kesha presides over a real, rainbow-colored Las Vegas ceremony in her latest music video.
Kesha triumphantly performed "Woman" and other tracks from her new album 'Rainbow' at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on Wednesday, September 27, 2017.
As Kesha returns with her third album, “Rainbow,” it seems that the worst thing to ever happen to her career (she hasn’t been able to release a full LP since 2012) has brought out her best.
Kesha and Jerry Seinfeld have a history of not hugging. Jerry Seinfeld just took a trip down memory lane, back to that time he rejected three hugs from Kesha on a red carpet. During his tour stop in Melbourne, Australia, the comedian took time out to see the giant mural that was created to commemorate the viral incident that happened back in June.
For International Cat Day, here's a look at your favorite celebrities who love felines. These cat ladies are cool, not crazy — except about their cats.
In an interview, Jerry Seinfeld explained his nonhug moment with Kesha on Monday night. Hint: as “Seinfeld” viewers know, he’s not hug-prone.
Do you believe in ghosts? Well, there are a bunch of celebrities who do after having eerie encounters with visitors from the afterlife.
Sunday night’s Billboard Awards got started with a jaw-dropping, sexy performance from Millennium Award winner, Britney Spears. The show was packed full of performances from stars like Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani, Nick and Joe Jonas, and Demi Lovato, who showed some support for the transgender community by wearing a top with a gender-neutral bathroom symbol on it. Standing on a stage in the middle of the crowd with just a piano and a violin, Kesha wowed the audience with a simple and honest performance which received a standing ovation.
During his 30-plus-year career, Prince made an impact on an innumerable number of music fans over the world. Some of his biggest fans were fellow musicians, and many of them have some wild stories about meeting the man who was everyone’s hero. (All Photos: Getty Images)
Kesha (Photo: Fame Flynet) Fans and music industry insiders alike have rushed to support Kesha after a court ruled last Friday that she could not be released from her contract with Sony and its imprint Kemosabe Records, owned by Dr. Luke, the producer she says raped her. On Facebook Wednesday, Kesha thanked those who have her back and “entertainers who knowingly put their own careers at stake by supporting me.” In the letter, Kesha responds to Dr. Luke’s claims that she’s suing him to break her contract: “This case has never been about a renegotiation of my record contract – it was never about getting a bigger, or a better deal.