Ke$ha Cries, Takes Shots in 'My Crazy Beautiful Life' Trailer (Video)
The pop party girl is the subject of a new docu-series on MTV.
Fans are getting an extended look inside Ke$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.
“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.
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.
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