He makes a low grunting noise and she starts to scream before she even turns to see him. She turns back to the camera with her hand between her legs and says: 'I peed in my pants.'The video was taken in Chino, California, and was published by Jukin Media on Wednesday. However, during a podcast interview on Monday, December 18, the actress reveals a bit more about saying goodbye.The star's shiny bell-bottomed outfit featured flowers and rainbows embellished throughout, and she wore a pair of metallic green and blue platform heels to match.Kesha, birth name Kesha Sebert, switched her t-shirt for a pink button up top to add even more color to the ensemble when she went inside for a sit down interview with GMA host Robin Roberts.
“I don’t have to give everyone the specific breakdown of exactly why […] Don’t shoot the messenger.
Sebert then filed a preliminary injunction request that same month claiming her career had been on a hiatus and will be 'effectively over' if she is not allowed to resume recording with another producer and label.
A hilarious video shows a man pranking his coworker by chasing her in a pig mask as she pees her pants from fear.
'The song I think is just really important because it talks about me personally going through something really hard, lots of very hard things, making it through, not giving up and finding empathy on the other side which is incredibly hard sometimes.' Skirting around the lawsuit, as Kesha is not legally allowed to discuss it, Roberts said: 'We know, it's been well publicized, the issues and legally you can't talk about it.
'We don't want to talk about it, we're here now with you.