Want to see if Ke$ha really does wake up in the morning feeling like P Diddy? The singer-songwriter will be giving her fans the opportunity to take a look inside her personal and professional life with a "docu-series" on MTV, which will debut later this year. The series, which is titled Ke$ha: My Beautiful Life, has apparently already been shot and MTV is going to put it on the air this April.

Deadline reported the news, stating that MTV announced word of the new series, which follows the "Tik Tok" singer as she deals with her work and personal life, records a new album and travels the world. The footage for the show was captured over the last two years by her filmmaker brother Lagan Sebert and filmmaker Steven Greenstreet.

Ke$ha had her breakthrough a few years back when she sang in the background of Flo Rida's "Right Round," and then she had two hits of her own with "Tik Tok" and "We R Who We R." Apparently, poor spelling didn't hold the musician back in her efforts. Her recent single "Die Young" released last fall and while it performed well on the charts, it sparked controversy as it unfortunately began to hit its peak right around the time of the Newtown shooting in Connecticut. The song has nothing to do with school shootings, but the title "die young" took on a more literal meaning for some, in the wake of the tragic loss of so many children at Sandy Hook Elementary school.

It sounds like this will be a great opportunity for her Ke$ha fans to get a behind the scenes look at the artist's life and work. And it's music related, which is a lot more than can be said about much of the other original programming on MTV these days.

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