Pop star Kesha has officiated at a same-sex wedding for the second time.
The ‘Timber’ star, who got ordained in 2012, shared a photo of herself presiding over the wedding of her hairstylist Vittorio Masecchia, and his husband Felipe Noqueira.
Posting to Instagram, the 28-year-old captioned the photo: “#VxF all you need is love.”
The singer was ordained in 2012 in order to officiate the wedding of two female friends, and has been a strong advocate for LGBT rights.
“It was such an amazing experience to help two beautiful women cement their commitment to each other through marriage,” Kesha told CBS last summer.
“I can’t understand why any person or any law would stand in-between that kind of love.”
Kesha, then known as Ke$ha, previously turned the tables on members of the adamantly homophobic Westboro Baptist Church when they picketed her concert and played a parody of one of her songs.
Back in January 2013, the singer spoke out about bullying and being attracted to both men and women in Seventeen magazine’s February issue.
“I don’t love just men. I love people. It’s not about a gender. It’s just about the spirit that exudes from that other person you’re with,” she said.