While Ke$ha and Justin Bieber got a little face time during the Grammy Awards — when they encouraged fans to vote for which song Bon Jovi should play, and Bieber inadvertently brought one of the night's funniest moments by saying "Beyoncé" instead of "Bon Jovi" by accident — he apparently left a different kind of impression on the "Tik Tok" singer. In the April issue of Maxim, Ke$ha said of Bieber, "He's such a tiny little baby! I would've loved to push him around onstage in a carriage."
The comment led Ke$ha to take to her Twitter account to apologize directly and publicly to Bieber, calling her comment a "bad joke."
"Dear Justin B, I am so sorry if my bad joke has hurt your feelings," her tweet reads. "U r obviously so talented and I would never mean to offend u. I think u r rad."
At press time, Bieber, who's been crisscrossing the globe to promote his upcoming album, My World 2.0 (which comes out Tuesday), has not taken to his Twitter or responded to Ke$ha's apology — although to be fair, he may not have heard about it just yet. He appeared on "The View" Monday morning (March 22) and will return on Tuesday, he's appearing on "Letterman" on Tuesday night, and has plenty more lined up for the week of his album release, including a bowling match against Nick Cannon.
However, he did take time out to tweet about meeting Miley Cyrus at "The View" and joked that he "hit on" Barbara Walters.
Don't miss "The Diary of Justin Bieber," airing on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET on MTV — you can catch a
sneak preview here, and we'll be rolling out more all week!