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Kesha Setting Sail For Second 'Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride' Cruise

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Kesha arrives before her performance in Miami Exclusively For Hilton Honors Members at The Temple House on Aug. 25, 2018 in Miami Beach, Fla. 

Kesha is hitting the high seas again. The singer announced the second edition of her Weird & Wonderful Rainbow Ride Cruise on Wednesday (July 31), promising more fun, sun and songs on the ocean. The follow-up to February's inaugural Ride -- which featured Betty Who, Matt & Kim, Girl Talk, Wrabel and others -- is slated to roll from Oct. 16-20, 2020, taking her Animals from Florida to the Bahamas on the Norwegian Pearl.   

No lineup was announced for the second cruise at press time; you can sign up for pre-sales here now. The first one included sets from the "This is Me" singer, as well as theme nights, non-stop dance parties and a Lip Sync For Your Lifeboat showdown hosted by Kesha.    

“This cruise has been fucking life changing,” Kesha says in a mini-documentary about the first cruise posted on Wednesday. “I’m so inspired by the whole experience. It has opened my eyes to what true love and freedom looks like and I am forever changed. So, thank you so much for just having the time of your life.”  

Kesha dropped a a Ryan Lewis remix of her bouncy new single from the Angry Birds 2 soundtrack last week, "Best Day," which has a very simple message: "I'm feelin' so nice/ I ain't got no negative energy/ High fives and good vibes/ Wrote this one for all my friends/ And enemies."

Check out a short doc below.

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