Kesha Sings Lizzo, Dolly Parton, Kelly Clarkson And More In A Game Of Elle’s ‘Song Association’

Kesha is putting her music knowledge to the test — and it’s worth hearing.

In Elle‘s musical game “Song Association”, the magazine offers a clever quiz to musical artists in order to test their song knowledge. The latest participant: Kesha, who recently released her new single “Raising Hell”.

“I will be given a word, and I will have 10-seconds to sing that word in a song,” says Kesha explaining the game, admitting, “I think I’m going to suck.”

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The game kicked off with the first word — which, fittingly, was “first,” leading her right into the opening refrain of Gloria Gaynor’s disco hit “I will survive,” singing, “First I was afraid, I was petrified…”

Throughout the game, Kesha sings a huge variety of genre-spanning songs, ranging from Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” — and even her own hit, “Blah Blah Blah”.

There are even a few unexpected numbers in the mix, such as when she’s given the word “wish,” leading her to launch into Jiminy Cricket’s “Pinocchio” classic “When You Wish Upon a Star”.

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You can watch the video in its entirety above — and spoiler alert: she definitely didn’t suck.

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Stars Standing Behind Kesha


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