And the subsequent six episodes of breakdowns, makeups and, uh, urine guzzling proved, she was a woman of her word. So on the show's upcoming second season — it premieres October 30 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on MTV — she's looking to push things even further, going above and beyond the call of duty to bring her fans an unfiltered, unflinching (and frequently unsanitary) look at her wild life.
"I had camera people following me around last night when I was dancing and acting like an idiot, so there's some of that as always. Some twerking upside down, there's sharks involved, me in the water, no cage. It's just mayhem," she told MTV News. "It's scary because it's so real; I don't have hair and makeup every day, so there's definitely times where I don't have any bra on and I just look bad, just straight up terrible. But, I think that's alright. You've got to show it."
Just like season one, new episodes of "My Crazy Beautiful Life" also go beyond shock and sharks ... for the first time, Ke$h's family and friends — including her mom Pebe, younger brother Louie, cousin Kalan and assistant Tessa — share the screen with her, and she's also giving us a peek inside her creative process, as she begins writing songs for the follow-up to her Warrior album.
And, from the sound of things, her new music isn't all that dissimilar from her MTV series: it doesn't pull any punches either.
"I just write music all the time, I can't help it. After I went swimming with sharks, I wrote a song about it, and, you know , the boys along the way are good inspiration, the making out. I'm still up to those shenanigans," she laughed. "[Last night] I was making out with this dude; making out a lot. It's my life, I just can't help it; I'm addicted to making out and twerking."
The second season of "Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life" premieres Wednesday, October 30 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.