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Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson & More Stars Rally Behind Kesha After Painful Court Ruling

Sat, February 20, 2016 12:14am EST by Beth Shilliday 2 Comments

Fellow celebs are rallying around Kesha following the devastating legal blow she was hit with Feb. 19, where a judge refused to nullify her six album deal with Sony Music. They’re all standing behind her right to freely make music, so read on for what they had to say.

How tragic! Kesha, 28, is in tears over a judges’s decision to make her stay with Sony Music, somewhere she’s desperately tried to break free of to get away from her alleged tormentor, super producer Dr. Luke. Now the likes of Kelly Clarkson, Lady Gaga, Lorde and other female singers are rallying behind her with messages of support and love.

We really have to feel for Kesha, as her career has pretty much been silenced following the order for her to remain in  her six-album contract for Sony Music, at which Dr. Luke is a valuable star. She feels that even working with other producers, the company won’t promote her music or give her hits. So she either stays with the label knowing that they probably have Luke’s back, or she would have to make music on her own dime since she can’t sign with another label who might give her more of a chance.

This isn’t sitting well with numerous female singers, especially the reason this mess came about is because in 2014, Kesha sued Dr. Luke for sexually assaulting her, thus ending their hit-making partnership. Many stars are bringing up how wrong it is to have work with someone who may have hurt the “Tik Tok’ singer. Her fellow artists are also feeling for Kesha in that the ruling is silencing her creativity and freedom to put out new work. See what the talented ladies had to say:

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Keep your chin up Kesha, hopefully you’ll one day get through this legal mess and go back to doing what you do best – making great music and touring in support of it!

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HollywoodLifers, tell us what you think about Kesha’s situation. Should Sony just let her go so she can move on with her musical career?