Morning Brew: Friday, Feb. 19


It’s Friday — I’m in love.

If you were wondering what Ke$ha meant when she said she “likes people,” she recently elaborated a bit on her bisexuality:

I just appreciate people — just good, sexy people with great energy. I’m not saying I haven’t made out with a girl, because that would be a lie. But I definitely like dudes, too. So I’m not even confused. I just like what I like when I like it.

I’ve never actually been in a real long-term relationship with a woman, but I’m not opposed to it. I’m totally open to falling in love with a man, woman, or anything in between. I just think it’s all about how people make me feel and what my instincts about someone are. That’s really why I named the record Animal, because I am an animal and I’m not scared of anything.

Ke$ha, despite what you’ve seen on Work Out, we don’t all bite.

Tila Tequila now has a publicist, which is great, because I was wondering how she was ever going to get any press. Big Machine Media announced they will represent the “international superstar” and that her EP Welcome to the Darkside will be out this spring, featuring the single, “I Love My DJ.” How can she ever live up to the genius of “All My Stripper Friends?” I just don’t know.

Ruby Rose is covering the Winter Olympics for Foxtel and was supposedly stood up for an interview with Cindy Crawford. That’s sad — we know how much Ruby loves her models.

Canadian comedy Less Than Kind is moving from network TV to HBO Canada, which is probably good news for Miriam’s mom (played by Susan Coyne) on the show, as she’ll be embarking on a “lesbian relationship” this season. The second season starts tonight, but Susan and her “lesbian lover” won’t be on until next week.

Happy birthday, Beth Ditto! May you continue to be a part of the music, fashion, and queer and fat-positive communities for many more years.

Have a great weekend.

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