Originally posted on Madtown Badgers  |  Last updated 2/12/13
It's no secret this year's Wisconsin basketball team is a gritty, determined bunch who embraces the underdog role.  The team seems to have adopted a rally song; "Die Young" by Ke$ha. They perform pre-game drills to the Pop song and were caught on camera celebrating with it in the locker room after their 65-62 OT win over Michigan on Saturday. Well, the Badgers' adoption of the song captured the attention of it's artist, as Ke$ha tweeted this earlier this morning. maybe the hottest/cutest thing I've EVER seen cbssports.com/collegebasketb… — ke$ha(@keshasuxx) February 12, 2013 Ke$ha links to a fantastic video break down of the Badgers' celebration by CBS Sports' Jeff Borzello. Ke$ha has high regards for the video, calling it "maybe the hottest/cutest thing I've EVER seen". Not bad compliments from someone who's sold two million albums, eh? Here are some of the reactions from Wisconsin players on Kesha's tweet. “@keshasuxx: maybe the hottest/cutest thing I...
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