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Wednesday 5 August 2015

Ke$ha embarrassed in front of Styles

Published 12/07/2013 | 15:30

Ke$ha
Ke$ha

Ke$ha is concerned she has ruined her chances with Harry Styles after she was embarrassed in front of him on a radio show.

The outrageous singer has been open about her admiration of the One Direction heartthrob on many occasions. She would love to get up close and personal with him; something she was happy to discuss during an interview this morning.

"You know I have a thing for Harry styles, he looks like a young Mick Jagger. He has a good mouth. It's true; I'm not trying to be a weird pervert. I mean it's kind of innate with me," she gushed on BBC Radio 1.

"I don't really know him, the ins and outs of Harry Styles... but then [I'd give him] a ten out of ten."

Following her speech, Ke$ha was informed the curly-haired lothario had been listening in on a secret phone line.

"I'm really sorry. This is super embarrassing," she squirmed. "You're a ten in my eyes. This is so awkward! I'm gonna kill you [DJ Nick Grimshaw]."

Harry replied: "It's embarrassing for you, not so much for me."

Ke$ha then attempted to engage Harry in flirty conversation. She quizzed him on his favourite colour and was thrilled to discover they both love green.

The American singer was delighted to find both she and Harry are water star signs, with the One Direction star adding that was handy as he likes sushi.

"Well guess what, you came to the right lady then if you like fish," Ke$ha said.

Harry then rang off, leaving Ke$ha in a state of mortification. She repeatedly threatened to "kill" the radio DJ for embarrassing her so extensively and then began to worry she'd ruined her chance with ladies' man Harry.

"I don't love him - I just think he's cute. I hate you, now he thinks I'm a dork," she fumed.

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