Kesha serves supernatural spooks in Conjuring Kesha docuseries

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Kesha serves supernatural spooks in Conjuring Kesha docuseries

Conjuring Kesha

"Let's make the most of the night like we're gonna die young," takes on a whole new meaning.

Once the soundtrack to our messy 2010 party days, the iconic pop musician Kesha (formerly Ke$ha) has been keeping busy with a slightly different venture: messing with ghosts.

In her docuseries Conjuring Kesha, the We R Who We R singer takes viewers on a “spiritual, funny, deranged” journey. Alongside her brother, some of her celebrity friends including comedian Whitney Cummings and rapper Big Freedia, and a handful of well-known paranormal experts, she visits haunted locations and tries to make contact with spiritual entities.

Watch Conjuring Kesha in Australia

  • The Tik Tok singer has released a paranormal reality TV series
  • Conjuring Kesha will make its Australian debut on Foxtel on April 28
  • Kesha has also been teasing new music on her social media, although the release date is still unknown

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The spooky series, which was released in 2022, will be available to watch in Australia for the first time next month when it lands on Foxtel.

The singer, who has had a fascination with the paranormal her whole life, says the show was inspired by having a spiritual awakening during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I called my brother,” she said on Late Night with Seth Meyers. “I was like, ‘Okay, my brain broke, we’re leaning into it, we’re making a TV show about this and we’re going to go find some ghosts. Let’s look for some aliens and shit. Let’s get Bigfoot.”

In the series, she explores frightening locations including abandoned penitentiaries and asylums.

“When I’m not on stage, I’m exploring my connection to the supernatural,” she says in a preview. “Anybody who knows me knows that I love staying in a super haunted house. It’s kind of my thing.”

Kesha has also been teasing new music on her Twitter. Although there hasn’t been a release date announced, the artist says she has been working on the music alongside filming her show, which means that if we’re lucky, we could be looking at a spooky-themed album in the near future.

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