Ke$ha Shows Shocking New Side in Documentary Series ‘My Crazy Beautiful Life’


Ke$ha haters might have to rethink how they feel about the outrageous singer after watching her documentary series, Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life. The new show, premiering in April on MTV, shows a shockingly soft and raw side to the star that is usually hidden underneath the crazy makeup and pounds of glitter. The just-released promo promises that audiences will get to know the real human behind the superstar — vulnerabilities, anxieties, hopes, dreams, and all.

From the mental and physical tolls her performances take to her quest to find love — not to mention the harrassment and abuse from critics about her music and her body — Ke$ha allowed her brother to film it all: the highs, the lows, and all the breakdowns in between. “My message is to give the haters the finger, and just be yourself,” Ke$ha says. Shot over the course of two years and directed by Ke$ha’s brother Lagan Sebert and family friend Steven Greenstreet, the series chronicles the journey Ke$ha took as she traveled the world performing and recording her Warrior album.

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Watch the promo for the documentary series below:

What do you think of the footage? Are you surprised or excited to get to know the real person behind the megastar? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life premieres on Tuesday, April 23 at 11 PM ET/PT on MTV.

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Writer Sydney Bucksbaum likes to think her hobby of watching insane amounts of TV isn't an obsession... it's not an obsession, okay, so just drop it! As the resident CW-lover on the staff, she truly believes her Clark Kent/Dean Winchester/Damon Salvatore/Lucas Scott/Oliver Queen/Chuck Bass/Seymour Birkhoff/Wade Kinsella/Vincent Keller/Micah Barnes is out there somewhere, waiting for her, in real life (just go with it). After graduating from Northwestern University with a degree in journalism, Sydney has made it her mission to campaign for more shirtless scenes for her favorite CW hunks. You're welcome.