Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life

Series Summary
This intimate, no-limits documentary series takes viewers inside the world of multiplatinum recording artist Ke$ha as she faces the biggest personal and professional challenges of her life. Shot over the course of two years by her filmmaker brother, Lagan Sebert, the half-hour episodes provide unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to Ke$ha's life and her coming of age as an artist and young woman. She is seen recording an album and traveling the world, all the while trying to cope with heightened expectations that come with success.

Air Dates: 2013 - Present

Genres: Documentary

Network: MTV

  • Season 2, Ep. 4 : ProposalNov 20, 2013

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    Ke$ha helps her cousin's boyfriend plan the ultimate proposal in Las Vegas.

  • Season 2, Ep. 3 : BahamasNov 13, 2013

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    Ke$ha and her best friend go on vacation in the Bahamas; a pet psychic tends to a cranky Mr. Peeps.

  • Season 1, Ep. 3 : Haters Gonna HateMay 7, 2013

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    Despite finally finding a boyfriend, Kesha's tour romance comes to an abrupt end. After finding solace in old friends and the love of her fans, a mistake in her show leads to online criticism.

  • Season 1, Ep. 1 : Taking the StageApr 23, 2013

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    Ke$ha's headline tour gets a lukewarm review from a New York critic; a bullied fan is inspired by Ke$ha's music.

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  • She seems to focus more, at least upfront, on injustices she suffered in the past, when she was the weird kid in school who got bullied.... For a lot of kids, the teen years are just plain awful, and it’s not surprising survivors would feel a bond with someone who had the experience and understands. That doesn’t guarantee a good TV show. Show More

  • The star's come-as-you-are nature makes her fun to watch, on and off the clock. Show More

  • The directionless but well-shot archival footage dates to 2011, when Kesha led her first headlining tour, and was filmed by her brother Lagan, among others, which explains the access, the duration of filming and the intimacy. Show More

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