Ke$ha set to be the new Kim Kardashian after landing her own TV show, arrives in Tokyo dressed in outfit made of curtains

Following in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj and The Saturdays, Ke$ha is the latest star to land her own TV show.

Ke$ha will be the star of her own TV series. Copyright [Splash]

It seems that these days you’re nobody unless you have your own fly-on-the-wall documentary.

The 25-year-old singer has signed a deal with MTV for a new reality show called ‘'Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life,’ which apparently promises ‘drama, madness and euphoria.’

Sounds like our kind of show.

Talking about the series, Ke$ha revealed: "You might have heard my voice on the radio, seen me on stage or in a music video, but that's only a part of the story.

"With this documentary series I'm revealing a more complete picture of what my life is really like. It's not all glamorous but it's all real."

Known for her outrageous persona, MTV have promised that the show will have ‘no limits’ and will follow Ke$ha, "as she navigates the drama, madness and euphoria of her professional and personal life while recording a new album and traveling the globe".

And we won’t have to wait long for the madness to begin with the show set to air in April.

We'd hate to see the state of Ke$ha's curtains. Copyright [Splash]

Meanwhile, Ke$ha was spotted arriving at Tokyo airport earlier today.

Surprisingly, the singer arrived with limited skin on show, dressed in a smart suit and giant hat combo.

We couldn’t help but think however that Ke$ha may have watched the ‘Sound of Music’ recently, with the suit’s gregarious pattern looking like it belonged to an old pair of curtains.

Being inspired by Julie Andrews?

That’s not exactly what we would call rock and roll behaviour.

 

Ke$ha's cover shoot for Seventeen MagazineIn this behind-the-scenes video from the cover shoot, Ke$ha says "I wear what I want, I say what I want, I do what I want and I'm proud of who I am. I'm not perfect. That's OK and I encourage everybody else to do the same."