As you already know, on Friday a judge denied the pop star's request to get out of her contract with the Sony music producer because she claimed he sexually assaulted her.
A source spilled that the 28-year-old is overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support she's received, saying:
"She loves the support and has been blown away by it. This was a horrible blow but she is going to keep fighting and she is absolutely blown away by the support from other artists and her fans."
The insider also added that the hitmaker isn't going to give up because this motion didn't go her way, explaining: more
"It's been difficult but everybody is rooting for her, and there were two other motions to dismiss that were tabled at the hearing so there is more to come and it is not over."
Considering her most recent studio album is called Warrior, it's not surprising the songbird is going to keep fighting.
"She still has money coming in and can always perform."
We're just glad Kesha has a support system through all this.