Kesha would ''rather die'' than read about herself in the press in fear of being left red faced by what is written.
Kesha would ''rather die'' than read about herself.
The 'Die Young' hitmaker- who is currently in the middle of a North American tour with Pitbull - hates seeing stories about her wild antics, because they leave her embarrassed.
Speaking in an interview with Canada's Entertainment Tonight TV show, she said: ''I'd rather die [than read stuff about myself].''
The 26-year-old singer has her own MTV show, 'My Crazy Beautiful Life' - which recently showed her drinking her own urine - and she insists the show documents the ''drama, madness and euphoria'' of her professional and personal life, without a script.
She explained: ''My [show] is too real. There's not one moment on the show that's been scripted or fake. It's just my life. It's b**ls out.''
The controversial starlet - born Kesha Rose Sebert - is known for her wild antics and use of glitter but says the idea that she is always partying and drunk is a misconception.
She said: ''People do expect me to be drunk most hours of everyday. Everybody just thinks I'm drunk because I act drunk.''