Through all the brattiness and beard fetishizing, you have to remember that Ke$ha started out as a fairly successful songwriter for others, and for that, she deserves at least a modicum of respect. Not surprisingly, Ke$ha thinks so, too.
In a recent interview with MTV, the goddess of glittery garbage talked about how she wants to resurrect rock (via pop songs, oy) and maybe show a more vulnerable side of herself on her new album. She also discussed how it makes her feel each time she hears Britney Spears sing “Til The World Ends,” which she co-wrote with Dr. Luke, Max Martin, and Alexander Krolund:
That song just came on the radio and I have to say, I love hearing Britney Spears sing my lyrics, every single day. It never gets old. I get so excited. It’s better than any drug when you hear Britney Spears sing a song you wrote.
Better than brushing your teeth with a bottle of Jack? Better than “your love”?? Personally, I think the Eruo-housey “Til The World Ends” is the most annoying Britney song to come along in quite some time, but if it keeps Ke$ha off the harder stuff, I’m willing to support it.
(Via MTV News)