Ke$ha to be honoured by U.S. Humane Society
Pop songstress Ke$ha is set to be honoured for her animal advocacy work next month by the Humane Society of the United States.
The 'Die Young' hitmaker was named the organisation's first Global Ambassador in 2011 and has continued to stand up for and promote the rights of animals, which has earned her a special prize called the Wyler Award.
She will be given the Wyler Award at the Genesis Awards Benefit Gala in Los Angeles on March 23 and executive Beverly Kaskey of the Humane Society explained that the organisation is "grateful" to Ke$ha for being so vocal about animal issues: "The animals have a bold and passionate ambassador in Ke$ha, who is not known for holding back on what she thinks."
"The Humane Society of the United States is grateful to Ke$ha for informing her millions of fans worldwide about new and ongoing threats to our fellow creatures, while connecting them to resources that enable them to take action."
Speaking about the recognition, Ke$ha added: "It means so much to me to be recognised by The Humane Society of the United States because advocating for animals is second nature to me. My affinity with animals and the natural world inspires me and my music. I don't understand how anyone can justify abusing or exploiting animals, and as long as it continues, I intend to keep talking about it."
Watch Ke$ha play the keyboard with her breasts during a recent interview in the UK below:
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