Kesha’s mother is a woman named Pebe Sebert.  Back in the ’80s, she was on the cusp of pop superstardom, when her husband announced that he was leaving her for another woman.

That sent her into a tailspin of drug and alcohol addiction, and she didn’t really recover until after Kesha was born in 1987. As she was clawing her way back into the music business, Pebe and her band did the score for a film, and thanks to her mom, Kesha had a small part in it. She was just four years old at the time, and that film is the 1991 cinematic classic “F.A.R.T. the Movie”.

Kesha’s part is REALLY small.  All she does is walk onto a stage, RIP ONE, and smile.

The scene Kesha is in is a parody of “The Gong Show” called “The Bong Show”, which should give you some insight into the level of artistry . . . or should I say FARTISTRY . . . that went into this thing.

You can watch the movie in it’s entirety HERE.

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