After performing at a tribute concert for late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, Kesha suffered a vocal cord hemorrhage while performing at the show.
The singer reported that the accident was caused by her attempts to distract one of her fans during what she described as a stubborn outfit disaster. During that time, the singer was dealing with her wardrobe malfunction when the accident occurred.
Posting On Instagram, She Informed Her Fans About The Incident
Kesha fans have been left with some sad news this week as the singer suffered a vocal cord hemorrhage earlier this week while performing. After sharing a picture from the concert on her Instagram account, the American singer informed her fans of the same while sharing a view from the stage of the concert as well as a comment regarding the wardrobe malfunction that the American singer had while performing the concert.
There is no doubt that the incident occurred on Tuesday night at Los Angeles’s Kia Forum during a Taylor Hawkins tribute concert, which took place during the show. In addition to Kesha, several other singers also paid tribute to the late drummer, who passed away earlier this month at an event dedicated to him.
While informing the world of the hemorrhaging of one of her vocal cords, Kesha posted on Instagram that it resulted from her trying to calm the audience’s nerves by singing loudly to distract them from her wardrobe malfunction.
“So, in the middle of my wardrobe malfunction, I decided to distract everyone from my t***ies falling out by singing loud. And today, I found out I hemorrhaged one of my vocal cords. Soooo. I’m posting all the pics from the f**king moment. This was quite a moment”, the caption on her Instagram post read.
In Remembrance Of Taylor Hawkins, Two Shows Were Held
The band returned during a two-date tribute to their late star, including an array of other artists. The first stage of the tribute concert was held at Wembley Stadium in London on 3 September as part of the event. Many acts performed as part of the show, including Liam Gallagher, Brian May, Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson, and the Foo Fighters themselves, along with other acts.
As part of the second tribute concert on 27 September at the KIA Forum in Los Angeles, music began at 7 p.m. Pacific Standard Time. Joshua Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, Mark Ronson, and Kesha will return after their successful performance at the Wembley concert in April. In addition to the Foo Fighters, some other artists will be performing on Tuesday night, including Alanis Morissette, Danny Carey of Tool, Joan Jett, Miley Cyrus, and Tommy Lee.
Brief About Kesha
In addition to being a singer, songwriter, and actress, Kesha Rose Sebert is also a rapper. Flo Rida’s hit “Right Round” was one of her most successful singles in 2009. With her first hit, “Blow,” she released two more. She also composed songs that other artists performed.
Due to a legal dispute with Dr. Luke, she had to end her career for two years. He claimed breach of contract and defamation, while he alleged that she had physically, sexually, and emotionally abused him. Ultimately, Kesha had no choice but to release Rainbow, her debut album, under Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe label.
Several celebrities, including Lena Dunham, Margaret Cho, Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, and many others, expressed their disappointment in this decision. However, while overcoming an eating disorder, she wrote “Rainbow,” the first single from her album Rainbow. She also discusses hope for the LGBTI community when talking about the symbolism of the song.
As of June 2021, she has released the last episode of her podcast Kesha and the Creepies, which explores topics related to supernatural phenomena and alternative lifestyles. It is hoped that Kesha will be able to return to work as soon as possible. Hopefully, she will be able to make a full recovery soon.