The party doesn’t stop! Fans sing Kesha, 32, happy birthday as she receives cake during her set at Sydney Mardi Gras After Party 2020
American pop star Kesha wowed the crowd during the official Sydney 2020 Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras afternoon of Saturday night.
She goes on stage to sing her biggest hits in a very daring ensemble.
Hit-maker TiK ToK, 32, appeared in her element as she drew attention in a leather leotard with fringed sleeves and studded details.
American pop star Kesha wowed the crowd at the official Sydney evening and Sydney 2020 gay and lesbian evening in Sydney
Kesha, full name Kesha Rose Sebert, has added a matching set of knee-high boots and a studded choker to her look.
Wearing her dark locks in a messy grunge style, she also added a lot of glitter to her rock-chick appearance.
In the spirit of the evening, she added glitter and rhinestones around her eyes with a brightly colored eyeshadow.
Party time! Kesha was taken aback when the crowd serenaded her singing happy birthday for her 32nd birthday as she blew candles on a chocolate cake
Kesha was taken aback when the crowd serenaded her by singing happy birthday at the end of her set.
They even presented him with a chocolate cake with candles to blow out.
Kesha was joined by British pop star Dua Lipa, English singer Sam Smith and Brazilian drag icon Pabllo Vittar.
As Sam greeted the crowd, a fan captured a sweet moment shared between Kesha and Dua as they prepared to boogie for his set.
Shining star: wearing her dark locks in a messy grunge style, she also added a lot of glitter to her rock-chick appearance
Kesha brought her Rainbow Down Under world tour in 2018 – which was the first Australian tour Kesha had undertaken in seven years.
To mark the release of her High Road album in January, she begins her High Road tour in April from Texas.
Although dates have been published for Canada and the United Kingdom, no Australian tour announcements have been made.
Bow down! Kesha sang her biggest hits before her High Road 2020 tour