In a move that would make for a great 'Seinfeld' episode -- 'What's the deal with hugs?' -- the comedian sidestepped an attempted squeeze from Kesha at last night's (June 5) National Night of Laughter and Song event.
Kesha's 'Die Young' dropped sharply in radio airplay after the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, causing the singer to issue a curious statement claiming that she was "forced" to sing the chorus of the song against her will. Today (Dec. 20), Kesha wrote a new blog post explaining her comments.
Critics who say Kesha can't sing are likely to be quieted with this cover. Kesha recorded a cover of 'Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You,' a song that holds a special place in her glitter-coated heart: Her mom wrote it!