DIY Ke$ha Is The Easiest Halloween Costume [Photos]

Ke$ha, oh Ke$ha, you turned up to the scene in 2009 singing “Tik Tok,” and really taught us what getting “white girl wasted,” was all about. What was most interesting is that Ke$ha didn’t actually turn out to be a hot mess so much as just a coo-coo clock. Ke$ha isn’t a Hollywood train wreck as much as she is her own personal disaster. I find it charming. Girl drank her own pee pee for its “health benefits,” she believes a ghost is haunting her vagina and is an ordained minister.

Ke$ha said of the ghost in her va-jay-jay, “Because I exude energy, dead entities cling to me. I had a spirit follow me into my house. You see it in the show. Things were flying off the shelf. That’s not bullshit, that really happened. So my healer, she had to literally give me an exorcism. I know that sounds crazy, but it worked.” This is precisely why she is the best celebrity to be on Halloween, her life is a sweet dream AND a beautiful nightmare. Be careful though, you don’t need any spirits up in your hooch.

Unlike most celebrities decked out in Givenchy, Alexander Wang and Dior, Ke$ha typically keeps it real or at least aspirationally attainable. Her signature denim cut offs, muscle shirt and patterned tights makes her look easy to replicate because they’re  probably items you already own. I am master of the least-effort-possible-costume-with-stuff-I-found-around-the-house, when all else fails just go as your evil twin (black lipstick and a goatee) or Ke$ha because you surely can do so with ease and cost effectiveness. Remember, Ke$ha has the best accessories—glitter and a bottle of Jack Daniels.

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