Ke$ha Talks Drinking Urine & Teen Mom ‘Superfan’ Episode

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This morning I had the chance to catch up with Pop-Star Ke$ha and ask her why she hasn’t tried to get in contact with me after we made out in NYC…

Anyways, when I called her she was in Nashville playing with her cat. And no, she wasn’t making a dirty joke, this girl loves her pets. In fact her love for animals is being acknowledged by the Humane Society in March. Ke$ha is also developing a fake fur line for her wild animal fan base to enjoy.

“I don’t think I’m that crazy,” she went on to say. “I have my moments, but I think most women have a little wildness in them, I just prefer to write songs about mine. And I always have a good time.”

So does the “wildness” extend to drinking urine, as we’ve been hearing rumors about?

Yes — Ke$ha admitted to drinking her urine, adding it was just a “one-time thing,” something she wanted to experience and share on her “really intimate” MTV show “My Crazy Beautiful Life” that premieres April 23. It was filmed entirely by her brother and a friend, she said.

“I’m really excited about it,” she said. “Aside from drinking my pee, I do lots of other weird, crazy, fun, amazing (things), but also there are some really sad points, really lonely points.”

She added the “incredibly glamorous,” life people assume she lives isn’t the is great as it seems and the show will give fans a glimpse of what life on the road is really like. She added her music is “her life on steroids.”

How in touch is she with the fans who flock to her shows? Enough so that she saw the episode of “Teen Mom 2″ where superfan Jenelle Evans chooses to go to jail on a probation violation so she can go to Ke$ha’s concert.

“It was amazing, the fact that she was willing to go to jail just to see my show really proves how good my show is,” Ke$ha said, laughing.

Listen to the full interview here:


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