Kesha poses nude and covers her modesty with plates as she promotes her fifth album Gag Order – and urges her fans to send her ‘hot pics’
She’s releasing her fifth studio album, Gag Order, and Kesha found the perfect way to grab everyone’s attention on Instagram on Tuesday.
To promote the release, the 36-year-old posed completely nude in her sunny garden and covered up her modesty with two versions of the record.
Her blonde locks were wet and she flashed a selection of her inks as she posed on a blanket in various positions.
The only thing she wore was sunglasses.
Kesha captioned the post saying; “Get naked and listen to Gag Order on vinyl. Pre-order your vinyl NOW.
That’s one way to get noticed: Kesha posed nude and covered her modesty with plates as she promoted her fifth album Gag Order on Instagram on Tuesday — urging her fans to send her “hot pics.”
Have fun! Her blonde locks were wet and she flashed a selection of her inks as she posed on a blanket in various positions
Cheeky! She shared this caption alongside her racy post
“And then send me your hot pictures. Who needs clothes when you have my new record??!!’
While I was talking to Lowe for Apple Music weeks ago, Kesha got candid about dealing with anxiety, admitting she mistook it for a “psychotic break.”
She revealed that “leaning” to her “spiritual” side helped her during her time of need.
“I went through this crazy psychedelic spiritual experience in the midst of the fear,” the singer said, adding that “it was pure fear.”
“My brain felt like… I thought maybe it was the process of a psychotic break or something.
“But once I started leaning into it, I thought, ‘Well, it happens, so what am I going to do about it?'” she continued.
The star stated that she had “this full psychedelic trip sober,” which inspired her track Eat The Acid, one of 13 tracks on her new album.1
Who needs clothes? Kesha lay down and tried out a new position for another snap
Honesty: While speaking to Lowe for Apple Music weeks ago, Kesha got candid about dealing with anxiety, admitting she mistook it for a “psychotic break”