Kesha Leaves Rehab After Receiving Eating Disorder Treatment

After two months in rehab for eating disorders, Ke$ha stepped out looking healthy and broke her Twitter silence.

Kesha Leaves Rehab After Receiving Eating Disorder Treatment
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After two months of treatment, Ke$ha was seen leaving rehab and, soon after, broke her Twitter silence.

After changing her Twitter handle to @KeshaRose, she tweeted to fans, saying that "Life is beautiful." In another tweet, she thanked fans for their support and said she is "Happy to be back! Feeling healthy & working on tons of new music."

The "Timber" singer made headlines early this year after checking into a facility near Chicago to receive help for anorexia and bulimia. (Via Mirror)

Ke$ha entered the facility just two days after debuting the music video for "Dirty Love," which was her first shot at directing. (Via Sony Music Entertainment / "Dirty Love")

When entering treatment, she said she needed "to learn to love myself again, exactly as I am." The singer eventually canceled dates on her "Warrior" tour in order to extend her treatment. (Via MTV / Examiner)

According to the Daily Mail, doctors told Ke$ha's mother, Pebe Sebert, that her blood pressure and sodium levels were as low as if she had a heart attack or stroke. "They said it was a miracle she hadn't dropped dead onstage," she says.

Sebert blames her daughter's producer, known as Dr. Luke, for Ke$ha's illness, saying he had pressured her to lose weight, a claim that Dr. Luke denies. (Via ABC / "Jimmy Kimmel Live")

Sebert checked into the same rehab facility as Ke$ha about a week after her daughter, telling People the ordeal had taken a huge toll on their family. She said, "Ke$ha wants me to heal along with her."

As Ke$ha left rehab, she looked happy and healthy, and she wore a sweatshirt with the words "I'm a survivor" across the front.