Ke$ha has never had a problem letting loose and getting wild, but she says her party girl reputation isn't completely accurate. Speaking to ET Canada's Roz Weston during a stop on her current tour with Pitbull, the "Die Young" singer attempted to set the record straight.
The 26-year-old star hopes fans see another side to her on her MTV reality series, My Crazy Beautiful Life, which she describes as "too real." "There's not one moment on the show that's been scripted or fake," she said. "It's my life. It's balls out."
Indeed, Ke$ha told Us Weekly back in April that she didn't hold back while filming the documentary series. "There are things in the show that...I'm just, like, a little beside myself at the fact that I'm going to show the world," she confessed to Us.
"I'm showing it all. Like when I look terrible and when I'm having a real deal breakdown," she continued. "But it's all kind of to support my message, which is to be yourself and love yourself. Perfect or not perfect."
"It's really like the craziest and most intense moments of my life you're going to see," she added. "And you know, it's not just drama. There's also moments where we start a food fight with cauliflower and I accidentally hit a stranger in the eyeball with a piece of cauliflower. And there are jumping off of cliffs into the ocean and scuba diving with sharks...I wanted people to see all sides of my personality."