Kesha 'Nervous' to Perform 'Praying' at the Grammys Tomorrow Night

For the first time in her decade long career, Kesha is nominated for not one... but two Grammy awards.

The talented singer-songwriter scored two nods for Best Pop Vocal Album (Rainbow), and Best Pop Solo Performance for a song that she claims to be "nervous" to perform during tomorrow's 60th Annual Grammy Awards: "Praying". 

The song "Praying" was inspired by her legal battle with music producer Dr. Luke, who she has had a lengthy court battle with over her claims that he drugged and raped her as well as controlled her career.

She took to her Twitter account today to voice her feelings about performing "Praying" tomorrow night, with a snap of Madison Square Garden underneath the tweet.

 

 

"when i wrote praying, with ben abraham and ryan lewis, i just felt as if i had gotten a huge weight off of my shoulders.  it felt like an emotional raw victory for myself, one step closer to healing.  I never could have known what would've happened these past few years," she emotionally revealed.

 

 

She then followed up that tweet with a message of hope for her fans, saying "i just want to say that i needed this song in a very real way, im so proud and nervous and overwhelmed to be performing it at the grammys on sunday, and if you need it i hope this song finds you."

Good luck Kesha on what we know will be an amazing performance and hopefully an incredible night.