Keshas new music video dropped today and in it she can be seen officiating a lesbian couples wedding – not long after Adele married her friends Alan Carr and Paul Drayton.
The video is for the song I Need a Woman To Love, which Kesha has recorded in a series of LGBT love songs.
The singer has teamed up with Bob Dylan, St. Vincent and Ben Gibbard to revamp some classic first-dance tunes with same-sex pronouns on a new EP titled Universal Love: Wedding Songs Reimagined.
The music vid is dedicated to one same-sex couple in particular, Lindsay and Dani, as it shows them talking about their relationship while Keshas vocals can be heard in the background.
In a plot twist, the clip reveals that the pair are getting married, with none other than Kesha hosting the ceremony.
The 31-year-old said: Im here today in Vegas to marry Dani and Lindsey. This will be my third same-sex marriage!
Before telling the pair: Marriage is a promise between two people who love each other, who trust that love, and who wish to spend the rest of their lives together.
The couple then go on to exchange vows and Kesha pronounces them married.
Speaking about the video, Kesha revealed to her fans that she has always been an advocate for equal rights.
She said: Its an issue that is so close to my heart – its a part of my family and my friends and part of me. When I was approached for this project, I instantly said yes – it was a no brainier.
I fought my entire life for equality and Ill continue to do so forever.
She also revealed her reaction to finding out gay marriage was legalised in 50 states back in 2015.
Kesha said: I remember it being like how I felt on Christmas, but bigger and better. I felt so excited. I felt like, maybe were not fucked as people. Maybe humanitys not fucked!
I dont think you realise how big equality is until you dont get to participate in it, when its taken away from you. Then you realise how big of a deal it is.
Her video comes after Adele announced she became ordained to marry her friend Alan Carr and Paul Drayton recently.
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