EW reveals Kesha will explore the 'creepy and unexplainable' in her new iHeartRadio show.
Kesha and the Creepies
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Kesha is set to guide fans through the chaos of 2020 with help from the supernatural realm.

EW can exclusively reveal the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter will dive into matters of the occult, urban legends, psychedelic art, astrology, and more upon the launch of her Kesha and the Creepies podcast later this month.

"I'm existentially pleased and molecularly stoked to be premiering my new podcast Kesha and the Creepies! I have had so many experiences in this incarnation that I just can't ignore or explain, and I've always been fascinated by supernatural subjects, the unexplainable, and people exploring alternative thought and lifestyles," Kesha tells EW of the project, which she made in collaboration with iHeartMedia. "With my podcast, it's my excuse to shoot the s--- with the people I'm most fascinated with and dive deep into their brains and hear about all things creepy. The creepy and unexplainable is what keeps life magic, so let's talk about it."

Kesha welcomes Alice Cooper as the inaugural episode's first guest, with Trippie Redd, Tyler Henry, Whitney Cummings, and more slated to appear across the season.

"We couldn't be more excited to bring a cultural icon like Kesha to the iHeartPodcast Network," Conal Byrne, President of the iHeartPodcast Network, said in a press statement. "As an incredibly successful artist and entrepreneur, she's known for pushing boundaries in the smartest ways. Through her eclectic conversations and imaginative storytelling, she reels listeners in with this podcast, fans are going to love it."

The podcast drops after a huge year for the 33-year-old, following January's release of her latest studio album, High Road, and the launch of her Kesha Rose beauty line.

"I want that to be inspiration to other people — by embracing the vulnerable side of myself, but also the strong, and the person that wants to lead a joyful, happy, and free life," Kesha previously told EW of the latest chapter in her career as an entertainer. "I've been told to be fun before, but now I'm actually genuinely having fun."

Kesha and the Creepies launches Nov. 20 on the iHeartRadio app. Listen to the trailer above.

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