Kesha, who was dressed in all white, started sobbing when she heard the decision. She was seated in the back of the courtroom with her boyfriend, Brad Ashenfelter, and mother, Pebe Sebert. The two consoled her as she began to break down.
"There has been no showing of irreparable harm," the judge said. "She’s being given opportunity to record."
The decision came down after Dr. Luke and Sony's attorneys, led by Christine Lepera, claimed they had invested greatly into Kesha's career and had agreed to let her to record without him. "She was highly successful with her first album," their legal team argued. "Sony would like nothing more to see [Kesha record another album]."
The judge opted not to rule on a motion to dismiss counterclaims until Kesha's lawyers filed with more information, specifically the times and places where these alleged instances of abuse occurred.
Meanwhile, a group of Kesha's glitter-clad fans were outside the courtroom protesting on behalf of the pop star. When she exited the courtroom, Kesha -- wearing a large pair of sunglasses -- hugged a few of her crying admirers and thanked them for being there.
"We love the fans more than anything," the singer's mother told ET. "I can't say anything else without getting into trouble."
Meanwhile, artist Lily Allen offered her support for Kesha on Twitter writing, "My thoughts are with @KeshaRose today. I'm sorry you've had to endure this experience."