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Friday 19 December 2014

Ke$ha: I’m obsessively clean

MIAMI BEACH, FL - JUNE 29:  Ke$ha performs live at the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party Presented by VISIT FLORIDA at Fontainebleau's BleauLive in Miami on June 29, 2013 in Miami Beach, Florida.  (Photo by Larry Marano/Getty Images for Clear Channel)
Ke$ha

Ke$ha insists she is a lot cleaner than many people think.

The outrageous singer is adamant that some aspects of her public persona couldn’t be further from who she really is. She caused a stir when she showed off a ladylike makeover at last year’s American Music Awards (AMAs), with her blonde hair styled in waves and her make-up immaculate.

The star insists she isn’t as grimy as people seem to think.

“I’m a little bit of a freak about that. I know people think I’m really dirty, but I actually shower four times a day, obsessively! I love water. I would live in the ocean if I could. Every time I take a shower, I change my knickers,” she told British magazine Heat.

The star has been on tour recently and the rigorous dance routines in her shows have helped her tone up. She is pleased to be in good shape and although she tries not to judge her mental state on her body, it has made her feel more confident.

“I think that what really matters is you should always wear what you look good in and feel comfortable and confident in. But, more importantly, if you’re a good person and having fun, why not be confident?” she mused.

That said, the 26-year-old star would like to change some bits of herself if she could. She doesn’t focus on that though and hopes to get her fans to follow her lead.

“There are tons of things, but I’m at that point right now where I’m trying to accept every little bit of me,” she said. “Trust me, I don’t have the perfect body, but I don’t have anything else to work with, so I might as well accept it. I think it’s like that with every woman; you just have to try and accept it.”

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