MTV is looking to fill the Jersey Shore-sized gap in its heart with Ke$ha.
MTV announced late Tuesday that the pop singer would debut a documentary series in April.
Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life will show highlights of Ke$ha’s life over the last two years, from recording to touring to her active party life. MTV states that the footage was shot by the singer’s brother, Lagan Sebert.
The 25 year-old singer said in a statement that she’s “revealing a more complete picture of what my life is really like” with the show. She says her life is “not all glamorous, but it’s all real.”
Though Ke$ha is currently enjoying a lengthy stay on the pop charts with her recent hit “Die Young,” reality series following music stars are a trickier sell, with similar series following Toni Braxton and T-Boz of TLC not exactly raking in huge ratings numbers. But then maybe it needs the rubbernecking, trainwreck appeal that only a sentient glitterbomb like Ke$ha can provide. All I know is, when it comes time to hand out review assignment for this, let the record show I was the first to say “not it.”
Full story: EW