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Ke$ha toasts to the end of her tour at Sunda in Chicago on Aug. 25. Looks like the pop star is "trying to get a little bit tipsy," and likely downed the glass post-photo.

A s reported yesterday, Ke$ha becomes the 11th solo female to collect at least four Billboard Hot 100 top 10s from a debut album as "Take It Off," from her introductory set, "Animal," bounds 16-10.

The 23-year-old pop singer/songwriter previously spent nine weeks atop the Hot 100 beginning in the Jan. 2 issue with "TiK ToK." Follow-up "Blah Blah Blah," featuring 3OH!3, debuted and peaked at No. 7 three weeks later, while "Your Love Is My Drug" rose to No. 4 in June.

Ke$ha Gets Glittertastic in 'Take It Off' Video

Ke$ha's Hot 100 discography includes an additional top 10: 3OH!3's "My First Kiss" on which she guests. Featured on the band's "Streets of Gold" album, the song reached No. 9 in May.

Cyndi Lauper became the first female -- and first artist overall -- to generate four Hot 100 top 10s from a debut album with "She's So Unusual." The collection yielded the No. 2-peaking "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Time After Time"(No. 1, two weeks), "She Bop" (No. 3) and "All Through the Night" (No. 5) in 1984.