Ke$ha To World Premiere ‘Crazy Kids’ Video: Watch A Preview

Ke$ha will take over MTV on Tuesday to premiere the video with will.i.am and the season finale of 'My Crazy Beautiful Life.'

It will be a total Ke$ha takeover on Tuesday night (May 28) when the singer commandeers the airwaves to host the world premiere of the video for her latest single, “Crazy Kids.”

The clip featuring will.i.am, was directed by Darren Craig (who also handled the duties for her “C’mon” video) and will premiere on MTV at 7:53 p.m. EST. It will be followed immediately by “MTV First: Ke$ha,” during which she will answer live audience and Twitter questions on MTV.com. To submit a question, tweet to #AskKesha. Following the premiere, the video will go into hourly rotation on MTV Hits and will premiere on AMTV, MTV’s morning block of music video programming and news, on Wednesday morning.

Fans around the world will be able to simultaneously watch the video online along with the exclusive interview “MTV First: Ke$ha” at kesha.mtv.tv.

A sneak peek of the video finds Ke$ha rocking giant heart-shaped door-knocker earrings, a white bustier, full gold grills and long cornrows while chugging on a 40 ounce filled, of course, with glitter.

Tuesday night also marks the finale of Ke$ha’s MTV docu-series, “Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life.” The series, which was filmed by her brother Lagan over the past two years, gave viewers the opportunity to see Ke$ha under a completely different spotlight. The cameras followed her as she navigated the drama, madness and euphoria of her professional and personal life while recording a new album and traveling the globe.

Immediately following the finale, MTV will reveal Ke$ha’s favorite photos submitted as part of the Love is Louder movement, where fans had the opportunity to use their creativity to spread the message that love is louder than any voice that brings us down.

The singer just launched her co-headlining tour with Pitbull, which will be followed by a headlining tour in support of her Warrior album.

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