Ke$ha brings the LOL WUTs in her March Glamour magazine interview.
Ke$ha's not your typical girl next door (um, duh?), but that's why we LOVE her. How many women do you know who proudly rock a résumé with ample experience in beard connoisseurship AND claim to be one of the sleaziest ladies in the world? Exactly.
That's why we were in awe when we saw the "We R Who We R" singer sans glitter in her March Glamour magazine spread. Ke$ha not only looks STUNNING in her barefaced photo (not that it's the first time we've seen her like this), but she even looks sweet and innocent! But don't be fooled by the freckles, y'all: Judging by her interview, girl still has plenty of party pulsing through her veins. Here are the five most OMG quotes from Ke$ha's Glamour interview:
1.) On her struggles with succeeding as a woman in the rock world: "I know that I have balls. I have bigger balls than a lot of the men that I meet. I'm just a ballsy motherf***er. I'm not afraid of pushing boundaries. That's what you have to do to become an icon."
2.) On "Stage Ke$ha" vs. "Real-life Ke$ha": "I'm just very amused by five-year-old humor. Don't get me wrong: I do destroy men on a weekly basis. It's like a hobby. I'm like a praying mantis. They f*** me, and then I eat them. But who isn't amused by a giant, dancing penis? Sometimes when I'm sad, I make my assistant put on the penis outfit and bounce around my house."
+ Read more of Ke$ha's most OMG quotes from her March 2012 Glamour magazine interview after the jump.
3.) On rocking body paint: "Oh, the body paint stays. It's my favorite thing to do. Sometimes I have parties at my house in Nashville and it's clothing-optional, and we just body-paint each other..."
4.) On personal grooming: "My makeup is usually left over from the night before. I'm not really worried about the photographs because if I tell my fans not to give a f*** about the haters, then I have to practice what I preach. I embrace the imperfections and celebrate them."
5.) On future life goals: "Eventually, I would love to be on my deathbed and looked at as an icon. Right now I'm still at the baby stages of my career. But that is the goal."
+ Read more from Ke$ha in March's Glamour magazine interview.