Ke$ha's Reality Show Returns, Complete With 'Insane' Family [Exclusive Video]

Maya Salam
Fall TV
Ke$ha: The rebellious "Tik Tok" artist has a message for her critics, and it's written all over her face, or at least the inside of her lower lip. "I was just fed up with nasty little bloggers, and I was like, 'You know what? Suck it,'" she told Conan O'Brien in April 2013, adding that getting her "suck it" tattoo hurt just as much as you'd expect. "Yeah, that sucked," she added. "I wouldn't do that again." Credit: Isaac Brekken/Getty Images for Clear Channel

Eccentric pop star Ke$ha was born to be wild. And we really mean that. Her mom, Patricia Rose "Pebe" Sebert, gave birth to her at a house party, surrounded by friends. "She had purple hair at the time and a safety pin in her nose," the 26-year-old musician told Yahoo's "The Yo Show" about her entrance into the world.

It might sound batty to some people but not to Ke$ha, who said, "I could see myself doing the same thing." 

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The MTV reality show "Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life" — which returns for Season 2 this week — is a family affair, exploring her relationship with her mom and brothers Lagan Blue and Louie.

"They're insane. ... They have no concept of having a filter," Ke$ha said of her clan. Wait, does that mean the wild-child singer — who was just banned from performing in Malaysia and who drank urine during Season 1 of her series — has a filter? "I don't either," she admitted, "but I don't really trust other people. [It's] just my mom has, like, no boundaries. She's just bats--t crazy, but that's where I learned how to be that way." Ke$ha said her mother is hilarious but gives her severe anxiety. 

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Other topics that will be tackled in Season 2: Ke$ha's love life and obsession with animals. "This season I go diving with sharks, and most recently, I went to Alaska and spent time with bears. They were devouring a rotting whale. It was so rad."

"Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life" returns Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 10:30 p.m. on MTV.