Ke$ha's Crazy Beautiful Life includes smoking glitter

Apr 23, 2013 at 8:11 p.m. ET

The singer has never been conventional, but she is taking it one step further by showing her fans who she really is in a new documentary.


Every once in a while, Ke$ha seems like a really normal person. But just as soon as we begin to think so, she goes and does something to remind us why she is known as the unique person she is.

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The singer is currently promoting her upcoming "docu-series" on MTV, My Crazy Beautiful Life, and she told The Hollywood Reporter there is not much she will say no to without trying it first. Ke$ha told the magazine that to prove her willingness to be a free spirit, she drank her own urine one time.

"I heard it was good for you. That was, like, the rumor," she said. "But I don't know. I'm also just one that doesn't shy away from things. I'm not good at saying 'no' so I just figure, f--k it, I'll try anything once."

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She continued by saying the experience is pretty much what she expected, but she did learn from it.

"So I tried it," she said. "I wouldn't recommend it. It was pretty gross. And I don't think it really did anything very beneficial to me so, yeah, I wouldn't probably do it again."

Ke$ha also sparked speculation about substance abuse when she appeared on stage at the MTV Movie Awards smoking something. Plus, she was with Snoop Dogg, which further escalated those rumors. She wanted to clear that up as well.

"It was glitter... We were just smoking my glitter," she said.

The singer has always been very outspoken about all the glitter she puts on her body on a daily basis, so smoking it is nothing too surprising.

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My Crazy Beautiful Life premieres on Tuesday, April 23 on MTV. The 26-year-old singer told The Hollywood Reporter that the documentary will show her fans who she really is.

"There was definitely no script," she said. "There was nothing contrived. It's all real. It's all raw. And it's all really honest because that's kind of what I stand for anyways."

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