Awards Kesha's 'Billboard' Music Awards Performance Is Back on After Singer Reaches an Agreement with Kemosabe "Kesha's performance on the Billboard Music Awards was always approved, in good faith," claims Kemosabe in a statement By Melody Chiu Melody Chiu Instagram Twitter Melody Chiu is a Senior Editor for PEOPLE. She has been with the brand since 2009, editing, writing and reporting across all entertainment verticals. She oversees PEOPLE's music and events coverage and has written cover stories on Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Melissa McCarthy, Blake Shelton and Sandra Oh. The Los Angeles native graduated from the University of Southern California and has appeared on Extra!, The Talk, Access Hollywood and Good Morning America. People Editorial Guidelines Published on May 19, 2016 04:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Kesha‘s performance at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday is back on. After a dramatic week that saw the singer’s slated performance pulled because of her ongoing legal battle with Kemosabe and producer Dr. Luke, the show’s production company dick clark productions confirms to PEOPLE the star can once again take the stage. “We are pleased that Kesha and Kemosabe Records have reached an agreement and very much look forward to having Kesha perform on the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday night on ABC,” DCP says in a statement. According to Kemosabe, “Kesha’s performance …was always approved, in good faith” and was “only suspended when Kemosabe learned Kesha was to use the performance as a platform to discuss the litigation,” the label tells PEOPLE in a statement. The recording label claims approval was restored after the singer, her representatives and dick clark productions assured them “that neither Kesha nor her supporters will use the performance as such a platform.” “Good work animals. Looks like our voices can be heard after all,” Kesha Instagrammed Thursday afternoon. RELATED VIDEO: Kesha’s Mom and Lady Gaga Defend Singer After Her Billboard Music Awards Performance Is Canceled On Tuesday, a source told PEOPLE Kesha had written Dr. Luke a letter telling him the “performance wasn’t about him at all,” but that the producer “still wouldn’t allow her to perform” after a full day of consideration. A source close to Dr. Luke called the letter “an urban myth.” On Wednesday, Kesha performed her planned song, a cover of Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me, Babe,” at Ben Folds’ Los Angeles concert. The singer is currently embroiled in a legal battle with her former producer, whom she claims sexually abused her for years. Dr. Luke has continually denied her allegations, and a a New York Court dismissed most of the charges in her case against him. The Billboard Music Awards airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on ABC.