Kesha dedicated her first Grammy performance to the #MeToo movement, performing her tune Praying as a tribute to men and women who are survivors of assault
On the stage singing beside her, Kesha brought up Cyndi Lauper, Andra Day and Camilla Cabello, who fought back the tears as the 30 year old sung her heart out.
Kesha’s performance brought even host James Corden to tears as he continued with the show after her performance.
The Rainbow songstress was seen breaking down in tears as her fellow female artists rushed to comfort her at the end of the song.
Last year Kesha made national headlines over her legal dispute with her former producer Dr. Luke, following a messy and complicated breakdown in their relations.
Dressed in all white on Sunday night, Kesha and her female pop star pals stepped forward to sing her hit comeback single.
Following a ten-year career, Kesha received Grammy nominations for the first time this year.
After her performance at the awards ceremony on Sunday evening she took to Twitter to thank those who have supported her.
“‘After everything you’ve done I can thank you for how strong I have become’,” she began.
“Thank you to the @RecordingAcad, the women on stage with me tonight, and everyone who has supported me through this whole journey.”