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Ke$ha is confident she can prove she has a good voice

HollywoodNews.com: Ke$ha feels that the music industry is a little harsh on her, but she is confident that she can win people over if she just keeps going.

After accidentally reading a review of her music, she told ‘Seventeen’ magazine she was surprised to find that it was mostly positive, but that it also criticized her for not having the “best voice,” states Hollyscoop. “That’s the one thing I’m most confident about. I don’t have the best body in the world, but I know for a fact that I have a really good voice,” Ke$ha said in response to the comment.

However, she fully understands that she has to prove herself as she is still in the “unveiling process.”

Sounds like Ke$ha will be sticking around for awhile. Do you think she has a good voice?

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One Comment

  • October 14, 2010 | Permalink |

    I think her voice is totally ok. She’s not the best singer in the world, but on some of her unreleased records (mostly her older, country-like ones) you can hear that she CAN sing quite well if she has to.

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