Well, this is awkward: Jerry Seinfeld refuses to hug Kesha

Kesha loves Jerry Seinfeld but seems like the feeling isn't mutual.

According to Billboard magazine, Kesha was still not put off, but Seinfeld managed to elude her attempt as she edged closer to him. There is no sugar coating this, it is as awkward as it sounds, especially when you watch the exchange unfold for yourself.

Seinfeld fans, take note: Jerry Seinfeld does not want a hug - even if you're Kesha. Seinfeld repeated, "No, thanks". Not once, but twice.

"I don't know who that was", he admitted. After she walked away, Seinfeld looked at the cameras and said, "I don't know who that was". After learning that's Kesha, Seinfeld says, "I wish her the best".

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Seinfeld rebuffed her request for a hug not once, but three times before she awkwardly scurried off.

Singer Kesha may have found that out the hard way on Monday night when the pair ran into each other on the red carpet.

Kesha, however, did get a consolation hug from musician Ben Folds. After the host at the event explained it was Kesha, he said, "Okay!" Can't believe he's my friend.


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