Kesha to start 'cat cult'?

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KESHA is starting a "cat cult".

The 27-year-old singer admits it's her dream to start up a movement based on the four-legged furry creatures and believes she would make a "good" leader of the group.

Speaking to E! News, she explained: "So I've always wanted to have a cult, I think I could be a pretty good cult leader basically. I'm sorry, I do.

"So I'm going to start a cult and people can be in it if they like to be cats or play with cats or play with cat toys."

However, the 'TiK ToK' hitmaker admits the members of the cult will have to pass some tests - including eating cat litter - before they'll be allowed to join the group.

She explained: "You have to eat a little bit of glitter. It's mixed in with cat litter. It's part of the process."

Meanwhile, Kesha - who recently dropped the dollar sign from her name - sought treatment in a rehab facility near Chicago for an eating disorder earlier this year and admits she's finally learnt to accept and love herself.

She said: "My whole message is to love who you are and accept all your beautiful imperfections. When I felt I was slipping into unloving territory with myself, I knew I had to listen to my own advice and correct it...I felt I needed to get help, not only for myself but also for my fans. My worst fear in life is to be fake."

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