Ke$ha can’t wait to get to the club in her video for “Take It Off.” Set outside of some old motels, the 23-year-old’s latest clip finds her and some friends grooving their way into a decrepit, empty pool . “There’s a place downtown where the freaks all come around,” she sings on the chorus. “It’s a hole in the wall. It’s a dirty free-for-all.” Like her video for “Your Love is My Drug,” this is a pretty trippy showing. Check out the video after the jump and let us know what you think.
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What did you think of the video? Would you like to party with Ke$ha?
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