Kesha wows in totally see-through dress and black thong bodysuit at Los Angeles premiere


Kesha wows in totally see-through dress and black thong bodysuit at the Los Angeles premiere of Neon’s Pig

Kesha has once again left little to the imagination as she rocked a very sheer dress and thong bodysuit to the Los Angeles premiere of Neon’s Pig.

While attending the star-studded event at Nuart Theatre on Monday, the  34-year-old singer sported a nearly floor-length gown, which showed off her eye-popping booty. 

As she strutted down in her see-through frock, Kesha oozed confidence as she looked over her shoulder and pouted sensually at photographers.    

Sexy: Kesha has once again left little to the imagination as she rocked a very sheer dress and thong bodysuit to the Los Angeles premiere of Neon’s Pig

The star completed her look with a diamond bracelet, platinum blonde tresses in loose waves, a glossy pink lipstick and black nail polish.   

Kesha sported a glowing tan as she went to watch the upcoming thriller drama film, co-written and directed by Michael Sarnoski, in his directorial debut.

Pig, starring Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff and Adam Arkin, centers around a truffle forager whose beloved truffle-finding pig goes missing.   

Pert derrière: While attending the star-studded event at Nuart Theatre on Monday, the 34-year-old singer sported a nearly floor-length gown, which showed off her eye-popping booty

Pert derrière: While attending the star-studded event at Nuart Theatre on Monday, the 34-year-old singer sported a nearly floor-length gown, which showed off her eye-popping booty

Posing away: As she strutted down in her see-through frock, Kesha oozed confidence as she looked over her shoulder and pouted sensually at photographers

Posing away: As she strutted down in her see-through frock, Kesha oozed confidence as she looked over her shoulder and pouted sensually at photographers

The flick is scheduled to be released on July 16, 2021. 

Her outing comes just a week after she won an important victory in her lengthy legal battle against music producer Dr. Luke, who now has to prove evidence of ‘actual malice’ on Kesha’s part. 

This is just the latest in Kesha’s ongoing defamation battle with music producer Dr. Luke, which means she can also be allowed to seek both punitive and compensatory damages, including having Dr. Luke cover her legal costs in this seven-year battle, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Glowing: The star completed her look with a diamond bracelet, platinum blonde tresses in loose waves, a glossy pink lipstick and black nail polish

Glowing: The star completed her look with a diamond bracelet, platinum blonde tresses in loose waves, a glossy pink lipstick and black nail polish

The performer (born Kesha Rose Sebert) was granted a request to use a new free speech law in New York to allow her to have Luke (real name Lukasz Sebastian Gottwald) to cover her legal fees. 

She has been embroiled in the battle for years, after Luke sued her in 2014 following her claims that he drugged and raped her and also molested singer Katy Perry.

The judge surprised many in February 2020 by declaring that while Dr. Luke is well known in the music industry, he was still considered a ‘private figure’ and now must prove Kesha, ‘had knowledge of falsity or recklessly disregarded the truth.’

New York Supreme Court Justice Jennifer Schecter ruled that the state’s recently enacted SLAPP statute applied in this case, which was enacted to prevent free speech from ‘frivolous litigation.’

Lawsuit: Her outing comes just a week after she won an important victory in her lengthy legal battle against music producer Dr. Luke, who now has to prove evidence of 'actual malice' on Kesha's part; seen in 2019

Lawsuit: Her outing comes just a week after she won an important victory in her lengthy legal battle against music producer Dr. Luke, who now has to prove evidence of ‘actual malice’ on Kesha’s part; seen in 2019

With the judge declaring Dr. Luke as a ‘private figure,’ his legal team has to prove that Kesha acted with malicious intent.

This means at the trial, Dr. Luke will need to show more than proof he allegedly raped her (which she claims she was drugged before the rape), he will also need to prove Kesha, ‘had knowledge of falsity or recklessly disregarded the truth.’ 

‘At trial, a jury will agree that Kesha is telling the truth, and thus necessarily conclude that Dr. Luke knew he sexually assaulted Kesha in 2005, but nevertheless pursued for years a meritless (lawsuit),’ said Kesha’s lawyers in court papers last week.

‘Kesha is entitled to compensatory and punitive damages and her attorneys’ fees and costs incurred defending (the lawsuit), the documents continue.

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