In just two weeks, fans will be invited back into Ke$ha's wild world when the second season of her MTV series, "My Crazy Beautiful Life," kicks off.

And, from the sound of it, things are just as crazy as ever. The Warrior singer stopped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday night to tease just what fans will see in the season premiere, airing October 30 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on MTV. And for those wondering, the first episode of "My Crazy Beautiful Life" will include an exorcism of her lady parts.

"When the ghost haunts my vagina! You are laughing, but it's very serious," she said. "It's a problem. I know it sounds ridiculous but in all honesty, I believe in all this crazy sh--. So I was told I had dead people in me so I called ... my hypnotherapist. So then she said she had to exorcise my body. And then I got a ghost meter to read it, just beeped at my vagina. It was half off, it's awesome. It seemed to be accurate because I have been going through a dry spell and it was like beeping around and it all makes sense now."

In addition to that very specific kind of exorcism, the new season of the show will give Ke$ha's Animals an even deeper look at her kooky family.

"So I was in Alaska filming 'My Crazy, Beautiful Life,' the second season. And this season is really exciting 'cause you meet my insane family and they're all batsh--," she said. "It's a total family affair. I live like a mile away from my mom [Pebe] because she steals my clothes. My mom and my little brother [Louie] live in one house. I live down the road and then my [other] brother [Lagan, who films the show] lives in New York."

She continued, "I kind of make everyone come on tour with me so you see that in the show, you see my mom's on stage in the penis outfit, my little brothers a tiger, my brother's filming all the craziness, my cousin is in the other penis outfit. He's fully traumatized [my little brother], like he's screwed."

Hankering to know more? Well, the singer stopped by MTV News' offices last month to dish about what fans will see when they tune into the series, which will include an inside look at the singer working on her follow-up to 2012's Warrior.

"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 said. "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."