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Fans are getting an extended look inside Ke$ha’s crazy, beautiful life with the new trailer for her forthcoming docu-series.
MTV debuted the sneak preview during The Real World: Portland on Wednesday night, showing pop’s resident party girl (nee Kesha Rose Sebert) drinking, crying, performing and… belching.
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“The wait has been killing me. I’m so excited for all of my ANIMALS around the world to see the trailer for My Crazy Beautiful Life,” said Ke$ha, 26. “The series documents my highs and lows during two of the wildest years of my life. It’s my unique journey and I can’t wait to share it with all of you.”
My Crazy Beautiful Life was shot over the course of two years as the singer/rapper strives to meet expectations set by the initial success of her 2010 debut, Animal. The no-limits doc was shot by Ke$ha’s brother, Lagan Sebert, and filmmaker Steven Greenstreet.
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Ke$ha’s debut single “TiK ToK” reached the Billboard Hot 100 summit, was the most-played song of 2010 and was the biggest-selling digital track in the world. She has since had six consecutive top-10 hits and three No. 1 singles and has been nominated for four VMA awards and six Billboard awards.
My Crazy Beautiful Life will air on MTV on Tuesday, April 23, at 11 p.m.
Email: Sophie.Schillaci@THR.com; Twitter: @SophieSchillaci
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