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Kesha Gets Personal About Past Eating Disorder in New PSA

Kesha Gets Personal About Past Eating Disorder in New PSA

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“Eating orders don’t discriminate.” 

Last week was National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, and Kesha used her star power in the discussion, creating a PSA and lending her voice on Facebook and Twitter to talk about the mental disorders.

"Eating disorders are a life threatening illness that can affect anyone," the singer said, "eating orders don't discriminate."

Kesha has spoken openly about her body image issues and the pressure the music and entertainment industries force on stars, especially women. The PSA states that eating disorders are the deadliest mental disorders, and 20 million women and 10 million men in the U.S. will be affected by one at some point in their lifetime.

"If you need help, or if you know anyone that may need help, please don't hesitate," the singer said, "recovery is possible." Watch Kesha's PSA, below.

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