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Ke$ha goes goth, tells critics to 'suck it'

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LOS ANGELES -- While many stars arrived to the MTV Movie awards dressed to impress, Ke$ha had another goal in mind--topping the worst-dressed lists.

The Tik Tok singer paired sheer, lace bell bottoms with a black fringe vest and severe makeup, including black lipstick. She described the look as "70's Manson child" on the red carpet before Sunday's show.

Ke$ha said her mother is most proud of her when the singer is criticized for her daring style choices.

She said her fashion philosophy includes having fun, making mistakes, taking risks. She says: "Rock whatever you're comfortable in."

And when it comes to her fashion critics, Ke$ha had two words: "Suck it."

Her new documentary series, Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life, premieres April 23 on MTV.

 

-- The Associated Press

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 16, 2013 C2

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