Kesha discusses everything from her eating disorder battle to always feeling like an outcast in a new interview with Anthony Mason, which is set to air on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” May 6.
The 31-year-old, who has been open about her struggles, speaks about her upcoming tour in a recently released preview, with CBS also unveiling further quotes from the candid chat.
Though she enjoyed success in 2010 with her smash hit “Tik Tok”, Kesha still insists: “I don’t feel like I fit in anywhere, really. Still.”
The musician, who underwent knee surgery earlier this year, admits in a short clip, “I’m currently in physical therapy anywhere from 3 to 5 hours a day. I take Sundays off. I hate it, but it’s going well.”
Kesha’s tell-all interview also sees her speak about checking herself into rehab in 2014 for an eating disorder, with her telling Mason, “I knew I had to because I hated myself so much.”
The singer, who wrote her track “Rainbow” — also the title of her 2017 LP — about her mental health battle, addresses filing a lawsuit against former producer Dr. Luke, accusing him of sexual assault. He denies the allegations, which she first made in 2014.
Mason asks, “What are you telling yourself when you’re going through this?” to which Kesha replies: “There’s only so much somebody can take.”