Singer Kesha has announced she’ll be performing a three night mini-residency at Las Vegas club Intrigue later this month. The 29-year-old is still embroiled in an ongoing legal battle with producer Dr Luke and record label Sony, but in recent months she’s made a return to live performing.

KeshaKesha has announced a three date Las Vegas residency, beginning later this month.

Announcing the shows on Instagram, the venue said: “We are excited to announce that #Kesha (@iiswhoiis) will be performing her hits at #IntrigueVegas on June 23, June 25 and July 23!” Tickets for the shows are already on sale.

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Kesha returned to live performing starting at the Coachella Festival in April, when she joined producer Zedd on stage to perform a rendition of his song ‘True Colors’. Zedd had previously reached out to the singer on social media, offering to help her record new music.

Last month Kesha had her first televised live performance since her legal struggles began, when she covered Bob Dylan’s ‘It Ain't Me Babe’ at the Billboard Music Awards, taking the stage with singer songwriter Ben Folds.

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On Thursday night (June 9) she made an appearance at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s 2016 National Conference, in Vegas performing John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’. Speaking before the event the singer said: ‘I, for one, will forever stand with Planned Parenthood because they have always been there for me.’