Kesha’s record tag reinstates her Billboard awards performance


LOS ANGELES Pop star Kesha will sing during a Billboard Music Awards after her record tag on Thursday topsy-turvy a preference to stop her opening amid concerns she would residence her unsuccessful authorised bid opposite Sony Corp’s Sony Music and writer Dr. Luke.

Kemosabe Records, a section of Sony Music and founded by Dr. Luke, pronounced in a matter that had primarily revoked capitulation for Kesha’s opening during Sunday’s awards uncover since it had “learned Kesha was to use a opening as a height to plead a litigation.”

Kesha, 29, unsuccessfully attempted to throw her six-album recording agreement with Sony Music progressing this year in justice after filing a passionate attack lawsuit opposite Dr. Luke in 2014.

“Now that Kemosabe has performed assurances, that it is relying upon, from Kesha, her member and Dick Clark Productions that conjunction Kesha nor her supporters will use a opening as such a platform, a capitulation has been restored,” a tag said.

Representatives for Kesha did not immediately respond to Reuters for criticism on Thursday.

Billboard Music Awards organizers Dick Clark Productions pronounced in a Thursday matter that it was gratified a thespian and her tag had come to agreement.

Dick Clark Productions pronounced progressing this week that Kemosabe had rescinded capitulation for Kesha’s designed reverence to Bob Dylan during a live televised rite after a May 11 media report.

Celebrity news opening, citing unnamed sources, reported on May 11 that Kesha was formulation a “statement performance” during a awards uncover that would be focused on “her ongoing authorised conflict with Dr. Luke” and “might even embody images of him.”

Kesha, 29, pronounced in an Instagram post on Tuesday that she had been “very excited” to sing “It Ain’t Me, Babe” as a reverence Dylan and that her opening had no tie to her authorised problems with her tag or Dr. Luke, whom she has indicted of passionate assault.

The singer’s authorised box sparked a #FreeKesha debate on amicable media and warranted support from artists such as Taylor Swift, Adele and Lady Gaga.

(Reporting by Piya Sinha-Roy; Editing by Sandra Maler)


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