When Kesha paid respect to the late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins earlier this week, she may have gone a bit too far with the intensity of her performance.

The singer-songwriter best known for “TiK ToK” sang a rendition of David Bowie’s “Heroes” at the second of two memorial performances that Foo Fighters gave in honor of Hawkins’ life on Tuesday night at The KIA Forum in Los Angeles. During the concert, she had her breasts exposed by mistake, so she sang extra loudly to compensate for the wardrobe malfunction; however, she ended up hemorrhaging one of her vocal chords as a result of her efforts.

“In the midst of my wardrobe mishap, I decided to sing rly in order to divert everyone’s attention away from the fact that my knickers were falling out. Loud, “Kesha, who is 35 years old, said in the captions of images she posted on Instagram on Thursday from the event. “And I discovered today that I bled from one of my voice cords. [sic] Soooo. I’m publishing all of the pictures from at this very second because. This was a really memorable time.”

During the performance, Hawkins’ cover band Chevy Metal also participated, while Kesha wore a silver and sparkling dress that included a cape, a bralette top, a miniskirt, and high boots, as well as a sheer bodysuit underneath and a feathered neckpiece.

While she was screaming out the Bowie song, the supposedly slack bralette top started slipping to the side, showing her breasts, which were covered with sparkly nipple pasties. After some time, the shirt tore entirely in half along the center.

Kesha shook her head and added, “OK, I have to make light out of this situation because Taylor would’ve liked that my tits just came out,” as she was onstage. Ignore my comments then, thanks.

She paused for a bit before carrying on with the song in order to reflect on the legacy of Hawkins. Kesha addressed the audience and said, “I feel extremely privileged to be here with all of you guys,” explaining that Taylor means something different to each and every one of us.

She proceeded by saying, “He was considered a fucking hero by certain people. He was a f—ing legend in the game. He was a buddy of ours. He had a fatherly role. He was married to his wife. And as for tonight, I just want to say that Taylor, you are going to be with us for what seems like forever and ever and ever and ever. Who here is willing to put their hands up for Taylor?”

Joan Jett, Alanis Morissette, Def Leppard, Miley Cyrus, Pink, Queen, Travis Barker, Mark Ronson, and Motley Crüe were among the other musicians that performed at the tribute event on Tuesday night.

At the beginning of this month, Kesha gave a cover performance of “Children of the Revolution” by T. Rex at the first Hawkins memorial event, which took place at London’s Wembley Stadium.

After learning of Hawkins’ passing in March at the age of 50, the “Praying” artist shared an image of the rocker on Instagram with the remark, “No words seem fitting.”

By Elen

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