She does it all: Singer-songwriter Kesha just released her latest music video for her single “I Need a Woman to Love," which showcases not only her musical capabilities, but also the musician as a wedding officiant!
Last month, Kesha presided over a same-sex wedding at the Bellagio in Las Vegas on the anniversary of the day the first same-sex marriage license was issued in the U.S. on March 26, 1975. On Monday, the singer debuted the video for "I Need a Woman to Love" which featured another same-sex couple, Dani and Lindsay, tying the knot at the same location. Check out the video below.
As a longtime supporter of LGBTQ rights, the musician recently performed on a collection of newly-reimagined wedding songs specifically for the LGBTQ community, titled Universal Love. "I Need a Woman to Love" is just one song included in that collection that also features tunes performed by Bob Dylan and St. Vincent.
In the music video, the couple shares their stories of Kesha and her work in the LGBTQ community, talking about seeing the singer perform at the 2015 Pride parade. The two opened up about how moved they were to see the singer support gay rights and what it meant to them. It also shows the couple meeting Kesha before their ceremony at the Las Vegas hotel.
This is the singer's third time officiating a same-sex wedding. Since becoming ordained in 2012, Kesha has officiated two other same-sex wedding ceremonies, including one in 2015 between her friend and hairstylist, Vittorio Masecchia, and his now-husband, Felipe Noqueira.
"I can't understand why any person or any law would stand in between that kind of love," Kesha previously said in an interview with CBS in 2014. "It was such an amazing experience to help two beautiful women cement their commitment to each other through marriage."