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Kesha Performs on Good Morning America, Says Rainbow Saved Her Life 

Kesha Performs on Good Morning America, Says Rainbow Saved Her Life

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The technicolor pop star's comeback album is due out Friday, August 11. 

With Kesha's comeback album, Rainbow, due out this Friday, the pop star made an appearance today on Good Morning America to perform lead singles, "Praying," and, "Woman."

Wearing a lime green suit, magenta blouse and baby blue hair, she stood before giant hanging stars and colorful fabric swags to embody the LP's technicolor message, delivering powerhouse vocals and undeniable passion on stage.

For "Praying," Kesha managed to capture the studio track's raw emotion above an explosive band. Though she didn't shoot for that Internet-breaking high note at the end--which you know fans are anxiously waiting to hear live--Kesha still nailed a bone-chilling wail for the grand finale.

With "Woman," co-penned by Wrabel, Kesha updated the lyrics to include the line, "I'm a nasty woman," in reference to the slogan Hillary Clinton used after Trump's infamous insult.

"I think this record has quite literally saved my life," Kesha told GMA, holding back tears. "And I hope you guys like it, and I hope you can hear it, and I hope it helps people." She continued, explaining the meaning behind Rainbow. "I think color symbolizes hope [...] I have like 10 rainbow tattoos."

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