Ke$ha has a "magical" wish this holiday season: she wants to be a gay man.
The pop star, whose single "We R Who We R" has become an anthem for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in its own right, told Gaydar Radio that she feels a strong bond with her gay fanbase.
'There's just an energy to a gay man -- it's not really comparable to any other people," the singer reveals in the interview. "You guys just exude just this happiness." When asked if she would like to be a gay man herself, she declared, "Yes, I do!"
Describing her touring part as "a lot of gay, beautiful, beautiful men," she added, "They're just gorgeous. And their love of life is amazing. They're just...really magical people."
Earlier this year, the star (who has identified as bisexual) said she titled her new album "Warrior" in solidarity with her gay audience. "I have a lot of gay and lesbian fans and they said how my music had helped them deal with bullying, so I wanted to write a record that’s about love and acceptance," she told The Sun.