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MTV Releases Promo of Ke$ha's Docu-Series 'My Crazy Beautiful Life'

January 30, 2013 (4:04 am) GMT
The music documentary series will capture the 'Die Young' singer's intimate and wildest moments while recording her third album and traveling around the world.

While will give fans a look at her life in HBO documentary "", is teaming up with MTV to bring her "Crazy Beautiful Life" on a documentary series. Titled "", the brand new show will premiere on the network sometime in April.

"You might have heard my voice on the radio, seen me onstage or in a music video, but that's only a part of the story," Ke$ha says in a statement. "With this documentary series I'm revealing a more complete picture of what my life is really like. It's not all glamorous, but it's all real. I want you to come on a whirlwind journey with an all-access pass to My Crazy Beautiful Life."

The series was shot over the course of two years and directed by the 25-year-old singer's brother Lagan Sebert. It follows the "We R Who We R" hitmaker as she navigates the drama and madness of both her personal and professional live, traveling the globe and recording her latest album "".

MTV teases fans by debuting the first promo of the docu-series. It offers a glimpse of Ke$ha's performance on stage, and her guzzling water backstage where she exclaims, "Party for a living."


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