Jump to FM.tv

List

#FreeKesha Movement Gets Support from Halsey, Lorde, Wale & More

Lily Allen, Alessia Cara, Bea Miller, Snoop Dogg, Troye Sivan, Fiona Apple and many others also reach out

Getty Images

After Kesha's push for preliminary injunction in her case against longtime producer/abuser Dr. Luke was denied, people everywhere have come out in droves to show their support for the pop star. Hell, there was even a massive protest outside the Manhattan court room where the proceedings took place the morning of Friday, Feb. 19.

Kesha's diehard fandom (We see you, Animals) aren't the only ones speaking out: Musicians, too, are taking to Twitter to show their support. Check 'em out here, then read our in-depth report about the trial.

1 / 24

Lady Gaga

2 / 24

Zara Larsson

3 / 24

Mitch Grassi of Pentatonix

4 / 24

Halsey

5 / 24

Alessia Cara

6 / 24

Lily Allen

7 / 24

Wale

8 / 24

Bea Miller

9 / 24

Madison Beer

10 / 24

Lorde

11 / 24

Best Coast

12 / 24

Kelly Clarkson

13 / 24

Ariana Grande

14 / 24

Demi Lovato

15 / 24

Fiona Apple

16 / 24

JoJo

17 / 24

HAIM

18 / 24

Snoop Dogg

19 / 24

Troye Sivan

20 / 24

Grimes

21 / 24

How To Dress Well

22 / 24

Jack Antonoff

23 / 24

Dev Hynes

24 / 24

Zedd

Tags: 

User Comments

Advertisement

Photo of the day

November 21: King Kendrick

Kendrick Lamar graces the cover of Variety magazine, where he discusses his praised career, slew of hits, the country's political state and more. “America will survive once it recognizes the position it’s in, and the trials that it’s facing. Once people stop being nonchalant to it and recognize it, that’s when," he explains. "When it’s not something that’s just swept under the rug because we’re the quote-unquote ‘greatest country in the world.’”

Advertisement