Ke$ha makes bra top out of fans’ teeth
Beyond bold, this time she takes her fashion to a whole new level.
When it comes to fashion, singer Ke$ha has no shortage of bold looks, but this time, she’s taken “creativity” to a whole new level with her fashion.
Apparently, she’s resorted to using human teeth to make one of her most recent outfits. Human teeth from loyal fans, that is. "I asked for them to send me their teeth and I got, like, over 1000 human teeth,” she told BANG Showbiz, according to Female First. She also discussed it on Twitter.
"I made it into a bra top, and a headdress, and earrings, and necklaces. I've worn it out!"
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But why, oh why? Because that’s how much she loves her fans. "I love them! I call them my family, my animals. This whole record is for them,” she says of her new album, due out December 3. “The book is for them. The title of my 'Warrior' was inspired by hearing their stories. Anytime I ever get, like ... you know, haven't slept for three days and get exhausted, I meet one of my fanbase and you realize it's worth it just for them. It's all for them. A lot of people have said my music helps them through something. I've heard some experiences of online bullying, or a break-up, or even just a work out. And I love hearing that. It all feels totally worth it."
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