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Ke$ha Has Bra Made Of Teeth

Gross Or Eccentric? Ke$ha Has A Bra Made Out Of Her Fans' Teeth

Playing into this writer's theory that Ke$ha is orchestrating a fantastic prank on us all and is just waiting to yell, "PSYCH!" at any moment, the singer revealed recently that she has a bra made of fans' teeth. That she requested they send to her. So she could make a bra out of them. Teeth. From fans.

She explained, "I asked for them to send me their teeth and I got, like, over 1,000 human teeth...I made it into a bra top, and a headdress, and earrings, and necklaces. I've worn it out!" To prove the validity of her claim, she posted a picture of her in her headdress/crown for her new albumWarrior — and, truth be told, girl is wearing a headdress made of teeth.

Hopefully years from now, after Ke$ha has had a robust and satisfying career, she will be enjoying her retirement, surrounded by a brood of grandchildren, and she'll end her nightly story by saying, "With all of those molars and canines, kids, I decided to make a bra and a headdress. Because that's how you did it, back in my day." One can only dream. (Via Buzzfeed)

Photo: Via Instagram/iiswhoiis


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