File this one under TMI. Ke$ha has never been shy about letting her freak flag fly in public, but she takes the boldness to a new level in her upcoming MTV documentary series, My Crazy Beautiful Life. And from the sound of it, "crazy" is an apt description for her antics and adventures.
Talking about the show in a recent interview with BBC Radio 1, the "Die Young" singer, 25, revealed some of what fans can expect to see on the show, which was filmed by her brother, Lagan Sebert, over a two-and-a-half-year period. (Sebert is a journalist.)
"We didn't know what we were doing per se, but it's my little brother and he's my best friend," the star told the station (via The New Zealand Herald). "He got me wasted at 6 a.m....He got all the things you would want to see and all the things you wouldn't really want to see -- [me] making out with dudes, drinking my own pee, jumping out of a building, jumping out of aeroplanes, swimming with sharks..."
Drinking her own pee? "I was told drinking my own pee was good. I was trying to be healthy," she explained casually to BBC Radio 1. "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."
"Gross" is familiar territory for the singer, who says she has been accused of having a funky odor. "My fans are amazing to me, but usually the people around me say, 'You're disgusting!' or, 'Put your pants on!' or, 'You're late!'" she told BBC Radio. "Or they say, 'You smell weird, what's that smell?' I smell like a hobo."
"One time, someone told me I smelt like a shrimp on a diaper," she added. "I thought I could make a fragrance that was a little like a shrimp on a Faberge diaper, but I don't know if people want to smell like that."