Have you ever watched one of those “Remembering the 80s” shows on VH1 where they look back at some of the most memorable moments and artists of the decade? If you have, you will know that there are plenty of moments when you think to yourself, “Why did we like that person? They look ridiculous and their music is awful!”
Well, in twenty years when you are watching “Remembering the 10s,” don’t be shocked when you have the same reaction to Ke$ha. There is nothing that I like about this woman. She wears hideous clothing. Her performances are mediocre and her lyrics go against everything that I consider to be good and true in the world.
Aint got a care in world, but got plenty of beer
Aint got no money in my pocket, but I’m already here
Now, the dudes are lining up cause they hear we got swagger
But we kick em to the curb unless they look like Mick Jagger
I hate you.
Maybe I’m in the minority though. After all, she does have some pretty big hits. And get this story from last week. It turns out that for the right price ($50,000), you can get Ke$ha to come to your family events. Just don’t tell her what the event is celebrating.
According to this New York Post story, Ke$ha showed up to perform at a posh New York City bat mitzvah, but was a little embarrassed because no one actually told her that it was a bat mitzvah. When she started to wish the bat mitzvah girl a happy Sweet 16, the room got a little bit awkward. Supposedly, a lot of performers don’t like to perform at events for anyone under the age of 16. Because 16 years olds are SOOOOO mature.
Oh the horror! This is way more awkward than the time Christina Aguilera asked me how my bris was. Come on Christina! This is my Pidyon HaBen. Get your events straight!
Now, enjoy the most disturbing video of all time.
Pronounced: baht MITZ-vuh, also bahs MITZ-vuh and baht meetz-VAH, Origin: Hebrew, Jewish rite of passage for a girl, observed at age 12 or 13.
Pronounced: MITZ-vuh or meetz-VAH, Origin: Hebrew, commandment, also used to mean good deed.