3OH!3 makes cameo in Ke$ha's new video for "Blah Blah Blah."

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Ke$ha just finished the video for her next single, "Blah Blah Blah," featuring 3OH!3. The song, which is almost certain to set the airwaves on fire, was written by Ke$ha, Sean Foreman and Benny Blanco, and was reportedly spurred by a conversation the three had in which they discussed who was "more obnoxious," she explains in this MTV News clip, filmed on the set of her new video, "chicks or dudes."

While that point is certainly debatable, according to Ke$ha -- our least favorite entry into the modern pop sweepstakes --she answers this ponderous query succintly in the song and its accompanying video. "The whole concept of the video," she notes, "was a bunch of douchey guys macking on me -- as usual -- and me making them eat their toupees or other various items." Playing the parts of said feminine hygiene products? Mr. Foreman and his partner in crime Nat Motte, we presume, whose indefatigable reign on the hit parade, as previously speculated, shows absolutely no signs of waning anytime soon. Dude's STILL got this shit on lock.

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