Kesha and members of her crew stay in haunted places whenever she goes on tour.

The 35-year-old singer-songwriter, who is currently busy with her new show called "Conjuring Kesha," made the exciting revelation when asked by Andy Cohen on SiriusXM's YouTube channel Tuesday if she has already been to a supernatural location in Los Angeles.

Kesha admitted that though she hasn't been to any, she loves staying in haunted places with her crew during tours.

"Well, so when I go on tour, this isn't necessarily an LA story," she explained. "But when I go on tour, the band and dancers are like, 'let's stay at the W' and I'm like, 'Nope, we're going to Amarillo, Texas. And we're staying in a haunted whorehouse that has been [inaudible]' and they're like, 'You're such a b--ch.'"

She went on to share that she is "really good friends" with her entire crew and she loves making these road trips memorable by choosing such locations.

"But I love it, cause I basically am going on a road trip. When you go on tour, you go on a road trip," she added. "And I'm really good friends with like my entire crew. So, then I make us all camp and look for aliens or like stop at haunted whorehouses."

Cohen asked if the crew members knew about such adventures, and Kesha responded that the same crew has been working with her for 12 years now.

"I've had, my dancers have been with me for 12 years, honey, if they did not like it. They could have gone," she said. "They love it because I'm a crazy motherf--ker."

During the interview, the "Rainbow" star also compared herself and her own family with the Kardashians. "I just like, love having my family around. We're like hillbilly Kardashians," she joked. "Hillbilly, it's an essence like you can take the girl out of Nashville, but you'll never take my hillbilly soul."

Kesha then spoke about the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, saying, "I think everyone is not going to rest until we have autonomy over our own bodies and feel safe and protected in this country."

"Conjuring Kesha" is a reality TV series in which the singer-songwriter will be talking to experts and her celebrity friends about the supernatural. She will also go on adventures to search for unexplainable things on the show.

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Kesha attends the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 28, 2018 in New York City. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for NARAS