Ke$ha Throws Back Orange Glitter, Hangs Out With Two Pit Bulls In Her ‘Crazy Kids’ Video Preview, Watch ‘MTV First: Ke$ha’ Tonight At 7:53 p.m. ET
Ke$ha chills out with two pit bulls in her “Crazy Kids” video preview.
When we first saw Ke$ha‘s Riff Raff-meets-Estelle Getty costume from her upcoming “Crazy Kids” video, we honestly didn’t know what to think. (Our brains went something like: “GAHHH-UHHHH-WUUUUT??”) I mean, we knew this was KE$HA and all bets were off, especially if her single’s got “Crazy” in the title. And we knew Ke$ha’s no stranger to bizarre costume choices, especially given those furries in “C’Mon” and the Illuminati in “Die Young.” But, uh, cornrows? Ghetto-fabulous gold glasses/door-knocker earrings? Ke$ha, we’re officially ready for answers. And now, thanks to this 30-second preview of Ke$ha’s “Crazy Kids” video, debuting tonight at 7:53 p.m. ET on MTV and MTV.com, we’ve got them! (Well, more or less.)
Watch a preview of Ke$ha’s “Crazy Kids” video after the jump.
Now that we’ve seen a preview of Ke$ha’s “Crazy Kids” video, we’re obviously left with more questions than answers. For example, why is Ke$ha straight chilling on the couch with two pit bulls? (Is it because she just launched a co-headlining tour with (the rapper) Pitbull? Hmmmm.) Also: Why is she pounding 40s filled with GLITTER? We know you’re prone to drinking foreign substances, Ke$ha, but glitter? (Oh well, some people like Emergen-C, others don’t. Different strokes. No judgements!)
Directed by Darren Craig and featuring will.i.am, “Crazy Kids,” the latest single from Warrior, will premiere in full tonight on MTV and MTV.com at 7:53 p.m. ET. After the premiere, Ke$ha will be on hand to answer live audience and Twitter questions on “MTV First: Ke$ha.” Want to ask Ke$ha a question? Just tweet to #AskKesha!
In the meantime, check out the “Crazy Kids” preview below, and remember to cap off the evening with the season finale of “Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life” tonight at 11 p.m. ET!
+ Watch a preview of Ke$ha’s “Crazy Kids” video.
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