Ke$ha’s friends were there for her throughout the whole process, a source exclusively, even though the warning signs weren’t immediately obvious. “With her, she is such the life of the party that people didn’t notice it and thought she was just getting in shape,” the source says, “and she would hide all the bad stuff from those that are close to her.”
But eventually, those close friends began to see that the singer needed help — and thankfully, they weren’t afraid to let her know it. “Friends started seeing around Thanksgiving that something was wrong and started talking to her to get help. Thankfully, she took their advice and is getting the help she needs.”
In times like these, those are the friends you need — the ones who really know you, and who aren’t afraid to make you face the hard truths.
Ke$ha: ‘I’m A Crusader For Being Yourself’
Ke$ha did just that on Jan. 3 when she checked into Timberline Knolls near Chicago, the same treatment center Demi Lovato went to to treat her eating disorder and other addiction issues.
In an emotional statement, Ke$ha said, “I’m a crusader for being yourself and loving yourself, but I’ve found it hard to practice. I’ll be unavailable for the next 30 days, seeking treatment for my eating