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Ke$ha Documentary Series Coming to MTV

'Crazy Beautiful Life' reveals 'more complete picture' of singer

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January 30, 2013 10:05 AM ET

Ke$ha is taking her party to MTV this April. The singer announced Crazy Beautiful Life, a new documentary series, last night on the network's show Nikki and Sara Live. The series will track the recording of the singer's latest album, Warrior, and her exploits around the world.

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Ke$ha's brother, filmmaker Lagan Sebert, shot the footage for the series over two years, and the series will also focus on the singer's personal life, including her attempts to find love. Producer and writing partner Dr. Luke is among the executive producers for the series.

"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 said  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."

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