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Kesha 'tearfully' explains how new album 'saved her life'

10 August 2017, 02:12 | Erma Lawrence

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"I go to the tattoo artist and it's like, 'A rainbow of something?'"

The star's glossy chime bottomed outfit highlighted blossoms and rainbows decorated all through, and she wore a couple of metallic green and blue stage foot rear areas to coordinate.

Trying not to cry, Kesha tells Robin Roberts how personal the album is to her.

"It' so personal. I've written every song on this album and they're all so personal", she said. I was backstage dancing and punching stuff and crying. "I'm so many emotions all the time right now".

And TBH, after watching Kesha's emotional delivery of her first single in years, we only have one word: same.

Yet, despite what she's going through, the singer seemed positive on Wednesday as she explained to Roberts the reason why she named her new album "Rainbow".

Speaking on "Good Morning America", Kesha said: "It's so personal".

'We don't want to talk about it, we're here now with you.

"I think this record has quite literally saved my life", Kesha noted. "So this is very special for us, and I hope it's really special for you guys".

Kesha has not commented on the leak, but visited USA breakfast show Good Morning America and revealed the album has inspired her to incorporate rainbows into her everyday life, because they have been such a source of strength for her amid her ongoing court battle with former mentor Dr. Luke. "Color symbolizes hope. It's no coincidence that it's also the symbol for the LGBTQ community", she said.

The pop sensation is fully focused on relaunching her music career after an unexpected musical hiatus.

Kesha has been in an ongoing legal battle with Gottwald since 2014, when she singer filed a lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault and battery.

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