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February 15, 2013  | by: Victoria Garcia
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Ke$ha sure knows how to warm our hearts. I was surprised to find out that Ke$ha has been shooting a documentary of her life for the past few years.  What didn’t surprise me? That while filming what is sure to be an interesting movie, Ke$ha decided it was acceptable to drink her own urine.

Ke$ha named her documentary My Crazy Beautiful Life, which is probably the understatement of the century.  For two and a half years, Ke$ha’s brother and his friend followed the Tik Tok singer around.

She explains, “He got all the things you would want to see and all the things you wouldn’t really want to see – making out with dudes, drinking my own pee, jumping out of a building, swimming with sharks.”

It sounds to me like one of Ke$ha’s crazy music videos. Who wouldn’t want to watch? But, let’s get back to the pee thing.

“Somebody tried to take my pee away from me and I said, ‘That is mine!’ So I snatched it up and took a chug and it was really gross so I don’t do it anymore,” she said.

I don’t know about you, but I’ll definitely be one of the few people to go see this documentary which is set to air on MTV in a few months. I’m thinking it might be the female version of Project X, and who wouldn’t want to see that?

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