Society & Culture Is Ke$ha a warning sign for young people about the 'party' lifestyle?

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mouncey2franklin

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Before I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack
cos when I leave for the night I aint comin back


I saw this on MSN after logging out of my hotmail just now.


Reminded me of an image I saw a while back.



Kesha is only 32, by the way.

The party lifestyle is all fun and games when you are 18 -> early 20s but will it catch up with you?

Note that I am not saying Ke$ha ever was a 'party' girl. She was presented this way in her music career, but that doesn't mean that's how she actually lived. I have no idea what kind of lifestyle she really lived. For all I know she was a teetotaller.

With that being said, her image as a party girl is etched in the brains of people who were growing up when her song(s) were hits.

When they look at her now, what do they see? Will they make a connection?

Over to you, bigfoooty :thumbsu:
 

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revo333

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I'm not surprised.

Her mum was living her dream through her and controlling everything she did.
 

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Keith Richards is still smiling and he has a bus pass. She looks like an ordinary bird in her early 30s.
 

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Before I leave, brush my teeth with a bottle of Jack
cos when I leave for the night I aint comin back


I saw this on MSN after logging out of my hotmail just now.


Reminded me of an image I saw a while back.



Kesha is only 32, by the way.

The party lifestyle is all fun and games when you are 18 -> early 20s but will it catch up with you?

Note that I am not saying Ke$ha ever was a 'party' girl. She was presented this way in her music career, but that doesn't mean that's how she actually lived. I have no idea what kind of lifestyle she really lived. For all I know she was a teetotaller.

With that being said, her image as a party girl is etched in the brains of people who were growing up when her song(s) were hits.

When they look at her now, what do they see? Will they make a connection?

Over to you, bigfoooty :thumbsu:
Long-winded way of saying you can't wank over her anymore?
 

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edgie

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Apparently she was actually a more genuine musician that was wrecked by record companies, or something like that according to Alice Cooper.


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Apparently she was actually a more genuine musician that was wrecked by record companies, or something like that according to Alice Cooper.


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Yeah saw one of her older tracks posted on Reddit a while ago. She's a decent singer, who was re-branded as 'Ke$ha' because there was more money in making those cringey pop party tracks.
 

the fly

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Yeah saw one of her older tracks posted on Reddit a while ago. She's a decent singer, who was re-branded as 'Ke$ha' because there was more money in making those cringey pop party tracks.
I remember Alice Cooper saying in an interview that in Welcome 2 My Nightmare, pop princesses making pop party tracks was the nightmare.
 

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