Ke$ha has (unnecessarily) told the world that her vajayjay is in working order.
The songstress explained the meaning behind her song Gold Trans Am, which features on the deluxe version of her album Warrior.
Speaking to Q magazine the Die Young star kindly explained:
"It began as a song about my car, which is a gold Trans Am, and it works about 40 per cent of the time."
"I don't have another car because I love that one so much. But then like all great pop it became a metaphor for something else - my p***y."
Ke$ha, who turns 26 on Friday, added: "My vagina is in tip top working order. Valeted and souped-up and working 100 per cent of the time."
The outspoken starlet has a close bond with her mother Patricia ‘Pebe’ Sebert, who is a singer-songwriter herself and co-wrote the 1978 single Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You for Joe Sun.
Speaking of her unusual relationship with her mother who co-wrote the song with her, the pop star said:
"That may not be normal to the average psychiatrist out there but I think it's pretty cool…don't analyse. That's the problem with so much culture out there. People are so trapped into trying to do the right thing. As long as you are not hurting anyone I think you should feel free to indulge your fantasies."
Speaking of your lady-bits is hurting us Ke$h!