Every once in a while, the hottest devilesses of the music stage decide to strip off their wild disguise to show off a more feminine and vulnerable side of their personality. The latest celebrity gossips provide us with Ke$ha and her ‘Glamour’ make-under editorial which portrays the pop singer in an unconventional and classy scenario.
The ‘TiK ToK’ star is ready to show the world how versatile her style identity really is. The cutest freckles and soft features reveal that there’s actually a young and super-cute girl underneath all those layers of makeup. The 24-year old entertainer is working on her second studio album and decided to accept the request of Glamour to offer an interview in the March 2012 issue featuring Amanda Seyfried as the cover girl.
Glamour asked Ke$ha about various subjects like:
Why female entertainers turn to pop instead of rock? Ke$ha’s answer was the following: “I definitely think women are running it right now. We are not afraid to speak our minds. It’s exciting because that’s what I stand for, for people to be irreverent and to be themselves.”
Furthermore, the singer was also asked about the differences between Ke$ha in real life and the pop diva onstage and what she has to say about her sense of humor. The answer was the following: “I’m just very amused by five-year-old humor. Don’t get me wrong: I do destroy men on a weekly basis. It’s like a hobby. I’m like a praying mantis. They f–k me, and then I eat them. But who isn’t amused by a giant, dancing p*n*s? Sometimes when I’m sad, I make my assistant put on the p*n*s outfit and bounce around my house.”
Glamour also revealed the fascination of the singer for body paint, Ke$ha stated that, “Oh, the body paint stays. It’s my favorite thing to do. Sometimes I have parties at my house in Nashville and it’s clothing-optional, and we just body-paint each other and run around, and I have a giant bed. I’m very much in touch with that side of myself.”
Ke$ha also revealed her favorite style icons, “I would love to embody the attitude of Iggy Pop or Keith Richards: a ballsy mentality. Stylistically, I love Vivienne Westwood—those capes! I’m obsessed.”
One of the beauty subjects tackled in the interview refer also to Ke$ha’s thoughts on getting photographed without makeup. Her answer was, “My makeup is usually left over from the night before. I’m not really worried about the photographs because if I tell my fans not to give a f–k about the haters, then I have to practice what I preach. I embrace the imperfections and celebrate them.”
Finally Ke$ha offered a few details about her future plans, “Eventually, I would love to be on my deathbed and looked at as an icon. Right now I’m still at the baby stages of my career. But that is the goal.”
Image courtesy of Glamour