ke$ha judges: britney!

March 4, 2010

Apparently, Ke$ha is not here for Britney’s lipsynching and she’s speaking up about it. Get that publicity, Ke$hup! You got a new single coming out or something?

“I think that’s bulls***,” she said. “I don’t think that’s fair at all for people who are going to see the show. I think if you are going to be a singer, you should sing. If you are going to be a dancer, you should dance.

“If you are going to do a combination of the two, you should make it very clear when you are singing and very clear when you are dancing. I would never do that to my fans.

“No offense to her specifically but people have asked me before to mime. I have been up at three in the morning for a television show with jet lag but I refuse to mime.

“It’s treating people as if they are too stupid to realize you are not actually singing. Sometimes it is hard to sing and dance at the same time but I would rather be off and be real and genuine about it to my fans. I don’t want to treat my fans like they are stupid.

“That is my take on my fans and life in general. My whole record is super-honest. I am really honest. When I am singing I may sound s*** sometimes but at least you’ll know I’m singing.”

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I agree with the general idea of what Ke$hup’s saying. I personally wouldn’t pay to see a lipped show. I’d watch it on TV, but I wouldn’t pay to see it. Then again, by now we all know nobody (in their right mind) is going to a Britney show for her singing. I saw a clip of her singing live in one of her shows and I wanted a refund. Then I remembered I didn’t pay for a ticket, I just saw it on YouTube.

I also saw Ke$hup performing live on Wendy Williams Show. If you read my post about J.Lo the other day, you know I’ll take a prerecorded or lipped performance with a hot dance routine! It’s just a talk show, I don’t want to sacrifice my ears for her values and ideals about singing live! Girl, you’re not Christina, I’m not here for your voice.

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