Ke$ha is a strange woman with strange interests. She falls somewhere between a parody of popular culture and the single greatest example of popular culture we have. In short, she’s a polarizing weirdo; so, it should come as a shock to no one that she wants to spend her days in rehab making art out of strangers’ teeth. Unfortunately for her, however, that therapeutic remedy has apparently been shot down by doctors at her facility.
According to TMZ, the more general rehab policy is not to accept any “human remains”. Teeth obviously fall into that category, and they’re dangerous because they could be “biohazardous material”, which could create a far bigger problem. As such, all teeth are being denied at the door; however, the powers that be have reportedly reached out to fans and told them they’re free to send in fake chompers. They might not be as edgy, but they should still help her to pass the time and more importantly, bedazzle her accessories something fierce.
Ke$ha hasn’t spoken a ton publically about what ails her, but she did reveal she checked into rehab for an eating disorder. That shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone given she’s reportedly lost quite a bit of weight over the last year or so and is in a field in which she’s constantly judged and look at from a wide variety of angles.
Here’s an official quote she issued, courtesy of People…
Moving forward, Ke$ha would like to gain more control over her music. That would help her try some new things and remind the general public that she’s more than just the party girl. Maybe that will work. Maybe it won’t. Either way, Pop Blend’s sincerest thoughts go out to her during this time of need.
You can check out the starlet’s first big video for the song “Tik Tok” below…
Enthusiastic about Clue, case-of-the-week mysteries, the NBA and cookies at Disney World. Less enthusiastic about the pricing structure of cable, loud noises and Tuesdays.
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