Kesha has delighted a pair of female fans by agreeing to officiate their upcoming wedding.
The Tik Tok singer was approached by the engaged couple at the premiere for her new documentary Rainbow: The Film, which was held at the Metrograph Theatre in New York City on Thursday.
According to editors at TMZ, the 31-year-old songstress immediately agreed and gushed: "I do, I do officiate weddings. I'd love to do that!"
Kesha then probed the couple further on their upcoming nuptials and asked what date they were planning to wed, to which they responded: "Whenever you're free, we'll work it around you."
Informing the pair that she would soon be heading to Australia as part of her Rainbow Tour, she invited the couple to discuss it with her assistants and concluded their encounter by hugging the women and smiling: "You're so cute, you guys are getting married! Congratulations!"
It would be the Praying singer's fourth wedding as an officiant after becoming an ordained minister in 2012. Kesha, who is a long-standing supporter of LGBTQ+ rights and identifies as bisexual herself, got the title in order to officiate the wedding of her longtime friends Monique Morrison and Gretchen Helt in Malibu, California, a year before marriage equality was legally recognised by the state.
In 2015, the songstress then married her make-up artist Vittorio Masecchia and his boyfriend Felipe Noquiera and, earlier this year, presided over the nuptials of two fans in the music video for her 2018 single I Need a Woman to Love.
The Die Young singer has also tried her hand at matchmaker and has helped a number of couples take the next step in the relationship.
Last month, she helped a same-sex couple get engaged at her show in Detroit by inviting them on stage and celebrating the happy news with over 13,000 fans.