Kesha shows off tight legs in worn white shorts as she leaves the supermarket in LA

She closed her Kesha Live tour just days ago, after having to cancel her highly anticipated 2020 High Road tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

And Kesha seemed to be enjoying her free time as she ran errands solo in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon.

The 34-year-old pop star rocked a casual ensemble consisting of a pair of white distressed shorts and a black Playboy crew neck.

On the go: Kesha seemed to be enjoying her free time as she ran errands solo in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon

The Tik Tok singer’s bright blonde hair was styled in a bun and she protected her eyes with a pair of yellow-tinted aviator glasses.

Kesha completed the look with a pair of classic black Vans slip-on shoes.

She carried her belongings in a small black backpack, carrying a Ralph’s shopping bag and a giant Happy Birthday balloon in her hands.

With COVID-19 still free, Kesha kept her mouth and nose hidden behind a quirky face mask.

While it’s unclear who her birthday balloon was for, the hitmaker seemed proud of her purchase when she returned to her car.

Casual cutie: The 34-year-old pop star rocked a casual ensemble consisting of a pair of white distressed shorts and a black Playboy crew neck

Casual cutie: The 34-year-old pop star rocked a casual ensemble consisting of a pair of white distressed shorts and a black Playboy crew neck

Kesha said goodbye to her fans for the time being when she concluded her Kesha Live tour on September 12.

She took to Instagram prior to the concert and said she would “miss” the faces of her fans and expressed her love for them.

“LAST SHOW OF THE TOUR TONIGHT,” she began, sharing a candid clip from the show with her nearly 3 million followers.

‘omg omg omg can’t wait to see your faces can’t believe this tour is over love your animals so much can’t wait to see you again soon!! ! !! !’

The End: She closed her Kesha Live tour just days ago, after being forced to cancel her highly anticipated 2020 High Road tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The End: She closed her Kesha Live tour just days ago, after being forced to cancel her highly anticipated 2020 High Road tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Grand Finale: She took to Instagram before the concert and said she would

Grand Finale: She took to Instagram before the concert and said she would “miss” the faces of her fans and expressed her love for them

Kesha Live began on August 13 in Billings, Montana and was originally supposed to end on August 29 in Cincinnati, Ohio, but dates were eventually added.

Her tour came amid her ongoing legal battle with producer Dr. Luke.

In August, it was revealed that the We R Who We R singer is claiming legal fees for their pending lawsuit.

The American pop star has been locked up in a libel case with the record producer for years after he charged her in 2014 with physical, sexual and emotional abuse.

Ready for more: 'omg omg omg can't wait to see your faces can't believe this tour is over love your animals so much can't wait to see you again soon!!  !  !!  !'  she gushed in the caption of her post

Ready for more: ‘omg omg omg can’t wait to see your faces can’t believe this tour is over love your animals so much can’t wait to see you again soon!! ! !! !’ she gushed in the caption of her post

A judge recently granted Kesha’s request to use a recently tightened free speech law that now allows her to get behind Dr. Luke for the costs she has spent defending herself in the eight-year legal battle.

The singer’s lawyers wrote in court documents obtained by Page Six: “At trial, a jury will agree that Kesha is telling the truth, thus necessarily concluding that Dr. Luke knew he had sexually assaulted Kesha in 2005, but a worthless lawsuit nonetheless for years.

Kesha is entitled to compensatory and punitive damages and to her attorneys’ fees and costs to defend the lawsuit.

‘Dr. Luke’s scorched earth trial strategy is designed to humiliate and destroy Kesha… Dr. Luke’s goal was to crush Kesha and retract her reports of abuse.”

The news comes after Kesha filed a counterclaim against Dr. Luke had filed using New York’s new anti-SLAPP law, which aims to end courtroom harassment by powerful individuals.

Kick-off: Kesha Live began August 13 in Billings, Montana and was originally supposed to end August 29 in Cincinnati, Ohio, but dates were eventually added;  Kesha pictured at a show rehearsal in August

Kick-off: Kesha Live began August 13 in Billings, Montana and was originally supposed to end August 29 in Cincinnati, Ohio, but dates were eventually added; Kesha pictured at a show rehearsal in August

Last year, a judge concluded that Kesha had published a false statement when she texted Lady Gaga to claim that Dr. Luke also raped Katy Perry.

However, New York has since enacted new legislation designed to protect free speech, and Kesha — who is advised by Daniel Petrocelli and Leah Godesky — is trying to use it as part of her counterclaim.

Although a judge previously ruled that Dr. Luke was a private person, meaning he didn’t have to prove that Kesha had made false accusations with malicious intent, that decision has been appealed – and a host of media organizations, such as The Daily Beast and Dow Jones have backed the singer.

Kesha remains hopeful that the judge’s verdict will eventually be overturned, but the anti-SLAPP law could change the case completely, as it deals with situations where private individuals must prove actual malice in order to prevail.

Legal Battle: Her tour came amid her ongoing legal battle with producer Dr.  Luke, with a report in August showing she is seeking legal fees for their pending lawsuit;  Kesha pictured in July

Legal Battle: Her tour came amid her ongoing legal battle with producer Dr. Luke, with a report in August showing she is seeking legal fees for their pending lawsuit; Kesha pictured in July

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