The pop star framed herself in a vanity mirror, wearing a plunging lace-edged tank top that wouldn’t have made it past the censors without the help of a strategically-placed knee. While Kesha never moved, she added a dash of razzle-dazzle with dramatic blushes of pink lighting. It was a simple performance befitting the vulnerability in the song’s lyrics, and you can watch the video below.
By the end of March, Kesha seemed to be passing her self-isolation as so many of us were, by watching our favorite movies. In any event, she capped off the month with a new song about Nicholas Cage.