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Ke$ha admits to drinking her own pee

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KE$HA has admitted she once drank her own pee.

The Die Young singer sampled her pee on her new MTV reality show, Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life, after being told that it had health benefits - but quickly found she didn't like the taste.

Speaking to BBC Radio 1, she said: "I was told drinking my own pee was good, I was trying to be healthy.

"Somebody tried to take my pee away from me and I said, 'That is mine!' So I snatched it up and took a chug and it was really gross, so I don't do it anymore."

The 25-year-old singer has previously revealed her tendency to urinate in unusual places.

Last year, the singer posted a picture on Twitter of herself peeing in the street and blamed heavy traffic for her emergency toilet break.

She tweeted: "pee pee on the street. PoPo come n get me if u can find meeee. I blame traffik (sic)".

Ke$ha also said she met fellow singer Lily Allen while they were both urinating in a sink at the 2010 BRIT Awards.

She explained: "Lily Allen is a total sweetheart. We met when we were both peeing into a sink at the BRITs a few years ago."

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