‘Conjuring Kesha’: What to know about the ghost hunting show
Who are you gonna call? Forget the ghost hunters, by Kesha on the case in a new ghost-hunting series. On July 8, the Grammy-nominated singer showcases her passion for the supernatural and the paranormal in the series “Summon Kesha.” There are haunted places. Famous guests. And paranormal experts.
Look, “We R who we R.” And true fans know that Kesha has always loved that kind of stuff. She has a song called “Supernatural.” And a podcast titled “Kesha and the creepies.” Now the singer tells everyone “this show is the ultimate quest to dig deeper into my existential questions.” Parts of the show have been called “stupid” and “ridiculously entertaining.” But the fans can be the judge of that. Here’s what you can expect — and how this show fits into a larger celebrity entertainment trend.
Inside Episodes: The (Ghost) Party Doesn’t Start Until Kesha Walks In
In each of the six episodes, Kesha teams up with a famous friend and paranormal expert to explore some downright spooky places. In the first, they head to Tennessee’s Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary. Aka where the spirits of inmates haunt the place “because they have unfinished business”. Site managers say visitors were pushed, scratched and scolded. Spoiler: Kesha apparently “comes into contact with a demonic force”.
Other eps feature a visit to a haunted opera house – Tennessee’s Antoinette Room – with the singer betty who. A stop at the mysterious San Francisco Westerfeld House with actor and rapper GaTa. There’s also ‘The Bachelorette’ star JoJo Fletcher who joins Kesha in the search for Bigfoot in the forests of Mount Shasta in California. A Spooky Lodge Tour With Secret Society Ties With A Model Karen Elson. And rapper Greater Freedia join the ghost hunt at West Virginia’s Trans-Allegheny Insane Asylum — the “inexplicable voices and sounds” site.
Kesha captures all of these visits on a VHS camcorder that gives off “Blair Witch Project” vibes. Don’t worry, you won’t stream jerky footage. A professional crew will follow their every step.
How to Participate in the ‘Conjuring Kesha’ Action
Hello, Discovery+. New subscribers can get a seven-day grace period free try. But you’ll have to hang on to the streaming service to watch the first season. The first two episodes are released on July 8. And the next four will be released weekly from Friday to August 5. Mark the calluses because Keshasaid, “trust me, you don’t want to miss this.”
The other celebrities kissing the ghost
Kesha isn’t the first celebrity to have a fascination with the inexplicable. Demi Lovato tries to answer questions about extraterrestrial life in the series in four episodes »Unidentified with Demi Lovato.” And Kristen Stewart has associates with the producers of “Queer Eye” to create “the gayest, funniest and most thrilling queer ghost hunting show ever”. Stay tuned to see what comes next. For now, take the popcorn. Because there’s a place downtown where the “ghosts” all come.
There are many ghost hunting shows out there. But “Conjuring Kesha” adds a twist with the superstar at the helm. While not every viewer is jumping up and screaming from their couch, the show can be fun – something we all need right now.