Singer-songwriter and rapper Ke$ha once said that she had sex with a ghost. In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel Monday night, she said that her vagina is now haunted.
Ke$ha appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Monday night to promote the new season of her television show that airs on MTV this month. According to Ke$ha, the second season of “My Crazy, Beautiful Life” begins with the singer getting an exorcism on her vagina.
Evidently Ke$ha's hypnotherapist insists that the “Warrior” singer's vagina is haunted. Ke$ha claims that she used a ghost meter to test her body and the device's audio alarm when off when it was near her lady parts.
“It's a problem. I know it sounds ridiculous but in all honesty, I believe in all this crazy stuff. So I was told I had dead people in me so I called my hypnotherapist. So then she said she had to exorcise my body and then I got a ghost meter to read it, and it just beeped, just at my vagina. It seemed to be accurate because I have been going through a dry spell and it was like beeping around and it all makes sense now,” Ke$ha said.
Ke$ha apparently isn't the only woman that has learned that they have haunted genitals. A man was arrested in China in August after he claimed that he could get rid of ghosts from a young woman's vagina with his penis. The ghost buster allegedly charged over $3000 to perform the sexorcism.
Not only can the singer see dead people, she claims to have sexual relations with them as well. In an interview with Ryan Seacrest last year, Ke$ha revealed that she had multiple sexual experiences with a ghost and that her song "Supernatural" was inspired by the affair.
“I don’t know his name,” Ke$ha said. “He was a ghost! I’m very open to it.”
Ke$ha's show “My Crazy, Beautiful Life” season premiere airs on Wednesday, October 30, at 10:30 pm on MTV.
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