Are cannibals the new vampires? MAYBE! Let's be real with each other--cannibals really haven't gotten much press since the "Silence of the Lambs" franchise, the final installment of which came out a pretty long time ago in 2001. Here to remedy THAT situation is Ke$ha, who always remembers to, at the very least, brush her teeth with whiskey after consuming a member of her own species. Or phylum. Whatever.
We kid, we kid! But seriously, Ke$ha's new album cover has a kind of surrealist theme with its deconstructed, black-and-white close-up of Ke$ha herself, with certain areas of her image highlighted in color. It's a palette of solely yellow-gold and baby blue. We're hoping that the single lace glove Ke$ha's using to prop her head up with is a combined shout-out to Michael Jackson (who loved a one-glove moment) and Madonna (who adored fishnet lace hand warmers). All in all, we'd say it's pretty obvious just by looking at this pic of Ke$ha that when SHE leaves for the night, she ain't coming back. Mission accomplished, Ke$ha! The entire Cannibal image itself is split down the middle, as though Ke$ha tore it in half in disgust, and then thought better of it, and was like you know what? Screw it. We're going with this.
Both Ke$ha's "Cannibal" and "Animal + Cannibal" are due out Nov. 22. Happy Thanksgiving, Ke$ha fans! It'll be the perfect soundtrack for your weekend of overindulgence in turkey and cranberry sauce.
What do you guys think of Ke$ha's new "Cannibal" album cover? Yay or nay? Are you ready to feast on it?