Now that she's successfully revived her career, Kesha is ready to focus on her other dreams — like settling down and starting a family! The pop star (real name Kesha Rose Sebert) just released her first album in five years and she's now back on tour performing for her fans every night, but sources exclusively reveal to Life & Style that Kesha is ready to get married to her longtime boyfriend, Brad Ashenfelter!

“Kesha and Brad are planning a wedding,” reveals the insider. “Expect a proposal during the holiday season.”

It seems like the perfect time for Kesha to focus on wedding planning, especially after everything she's been through in the last couple of years. In January 2014, Kesha checked herself into rehab to seek treatment for an eating disorder — which could haved killed her if she didn't get help when she did. Shortly after she completed the program, she filed a lawsuit in order to be released from her contract with music producer Dr. Luke, in which she alleged that she suffered sexual assault and emotional abuse over the span of 10 years. The case is still ongoing.

The couple started dating before she entered rehab, and they're still going strong. They currently live together in Venice with their three cats, and sources say that Brad has really been by her side through everything.

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"He really stepped up. He’s not looking for fame, and he loves her unconditionally. They’re really a perfect fit," the insider reveals. Kesha and Brad are still in the early stages of planning their wedding, and they haven’t set a date yet, but sources say, “If it were up to Brad, he would walk her down the aisle today.”

After enduring what can arguably be considered some of the hardest years of her life, the "Praying" singer is ready to put her painful past behind her. “Kesha wants to live her life to the fullest,” says the insider. “She wants to have a husband and a family, make music, collaborate with some of her idols and empower other women who don’t have the platform she has.”