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The 'Blow' singer is seen breaking down and opening up on love in the documentary's first trailer.
Ke$ha has given fans the chance to see behind the scenes of her life in the newly unveiled trailer for her documentary film My Crazy Beautiful Life.
The 'Die Young' singer announced plans to release a movie charting the ups and downs of her career and personal life recently, and unveiled the first trailer for her film this past week.
My Crazy Beautiful Life sees Ke$ha followed on the road by her filmmaker brother over the course of a two-year period, as she struggles to cope without her family, writes new music in the studio and spends time with friends all while travelling the world.
"This is the only thing I was put on Earth to do," Ke$ha says in one scene, while other moments show her struggling to cope with negative press.
The documentary film will also follow Ke$ha's quest to find love, with her saying at one point in the trailer: "I know that falling in love is dangerous, but it's what most great songs are written about."
Check out a picture of Ke$ha on the Kids' Choice Awards 2013 red carpet last weekend below (Credit: Getty):
This past week it was announced the 'C'mon' singer will be heading out on a joint tour across North America and Canada this summer with 'Give Me Everything' rapper Pitbull, starting in Boston on 23rd May.
Ke$ha's documentary film My Crazy Beautiful Life is set to air 23rd April on MTV.
Check out the newly unveiled trailer for Ke$ha's My Crazy Beautiful Life below: