Move over Brit and Celine, Kesha’s coming to town!
Joining the burgeoning ranks of female pop acts in Las Vegas, Kesha will perform a three-night residency at Intrigue nightclub inside of the Wynn Las Vegas.
The nightclub shared the 29-year-old singer’s summer performance dates via Instagram: “We are excited to announce that #Kesha (@iiswhoiis) will be performing her hits at #IntrigueVegas on June 23, June 25 and July 23!”
Her brief Vegas residency comes after an incredibly tumultuous two years for the singer. Since October 2014, Kesha has remained in the public eye following her claims that Dr. Luke, her longtime producer, had abused, drugged and raped her. The allegations came soon after Kesha completed a stint in rehab for an eating disorder in 2014.
Luke, 42, has adamantly denied all of Kesha’s claims of abuse, and refused to release the "Die Young" singer from her recording contract with his label, Kemosabe Records, which is owned by Sony Music Entertainment. Due to her restrictive contract, Kesha was unable to record with other producers and vehemently refused to record with her alleged abuser. The pair’s ongoing lawsuit is currently at a standstill after a New York judge refused to free Kesha from her contract and dismissed most of her other claims at an April 6 court date.
The “We R Who We R” singer has since bounced back from that legal blow. She performed "True Colors" with Zedd at the Coachella festival and sang a moving cover of Bob Dylan's "It Ain't Me, Babe" with Ben Folds at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards.