Every pop star who wasn't at One Direction's MSG show popped up at the KIIS Jingle Ball.
Listen to Ke$ha's ode to ghost sex, and then party with her crazy kids?
Ke$ha's new book comes in at a whopping 180 pages—how will her Animals know which juicy bits to skip to?
An impressively Skrillex'd Ke$ha lit up the Today Show stage on Tuesday.
The Glittered One has leaked the second single from her upcoming comeback album.
You say no to Ke$ha remixes, Juicy J can't. (And neither can Wiz Khalifa or Becky G.)
Popstars today, always with their living once and dying young and living while they are young! Who has the time?
Listen a surprisingly decent stripped-down version of "Die Young" from her upcoming "Deconstructed."
Ke$ha's still got it, as long as long as "it" means "a world-class sneer."
Ke$ha's experiments with the supernatural have taken a bizarre turn.
18 of the hottest ghouls in the game. Which one should be her BOO?
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There's just something about Demi.
Or she bumped heads with Katy Perry.
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Steely Dan meets Phoenix on this uncharacteristic Todd Edwards collaboration.
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Lil' Biggie is cute in a biggie way.
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The Daft Punk and Pharrell song you already know and love.
Beyonce still wants you to worship her, but she's more polite about it this time.
You have to hear this one to believe it.
The first of Pharrell's two sublime guest appearances on "Random Access Memories."
Julian Casbalancas of the Strokes makes a guest appearance that would've been inconceivable a decade ago.
The Robots get deep with the crooning on this "Random Access Memories" ballad.