Kesha went out to Las Vegas to marry a pair of lesbian fans in a new music video.

The Grammy-nominated artist’s participation in the ceremony was seen in the video for “I Need a Woman to Love Me” according to NewNowNext. The song is a changed cover of Janis Joplin’s song “I Need a Man to Love Me”.

The song comes as part of the United Love record, a composition of same-sex marriage songs by MGM Resorts. The artists include Bob Dylan, Valerie June, Bloc Party’s out lead singer Kele Okereke, St Vincent and Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, according to NewNowNext.

“We believe projects like this will help all of us reach a point where seeing the world through the lens of people who happen to be different from us becomes natural and commonplace,” said MGM Resorts’ chief diversity officer Phyllis James said. “It is an immense honor… to spearhead this inspirational project which celebrates LGBTQ dimensions of the universal emotion of love.”

In the video, Kesha marries Dani and Lindsay, who talked about they loved seeing her perform at Los Angeles Pride in 2015 and her strength as an ally to the LGBT community. She married the pair on March 26 in front of the Bellagio, the anniversary of the first same-sex marriage licence issued in the U.S. in 1975.

“People should be able to love whoever they want to love,” Kesha said “That’s what love is.”

According to NewNowNext, Kesha has officiated three same-sex marriages.

Check out the video below.