Kesha will join Mila Kunis, Christina Applegate and Kristen Bell in the Bad Moms comedy.
Kesha's figuring out how to thrive in entertainment while she's embroiled in a nasty lawsuit with producer Dr. Luke, who she's suing for sexual assault and demands a judge release her from her contract. Problem is, Sony isn't coming to her defense, even claiming extended absences from music a la Justin Timberlake and Adele was beneficial to their careers. Until a judge grants her motion or she completes three more albums per the contract with her alleged sexual predator, Kesha is stuck in limbo.
Recently, the "We R Who We R" singer performed under a new guise named Yeast Infection, posting a 12-minute clip from the show with the message "Don’t worry NO ONE will ever shut me up.”
It appears she's taking her loud mouth to the big screen. Paparazzi caught Kesha on set of the film on Tuesday (Jan. 12), sporting black leather pants and knee-high boots.
This isn't her first acting gig, either. Most recently, Kesha starred in an episode of Jane The Virgin and had a minor role in the failed Jem and the Holograms movie based off the 1980s animated television series.
Just don't call it a comeback.
"I never wanted to have a 'comeback,'" Kesha wrote in a recent Instagram post, "because I never wanted to go away."