'It's not selfish to take time for yourself.'
If you have a tough time getting through the holidays, Kesha's got some great advice.
The past few years have been a bumpy ride for the singer-songwriter — largely sidelined while she battled producer Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, who she maintains sexually assaulted her, in court — but Kesha Rose Sebert emerged as a true force to be reckoned with in 2017. In August, she released "Rainbow," her first album since 2012, to absolutely rave reviews. A month prior, she opened up about using her art as an outlet to cope with depression and an eating disorder.
Despite the triumphant year, she, like millions around the world, struggles around the holidays.