Ke$ha says drinking her own urine was 'pretty gross'

The outlandish pop singer said 'I wouldn't probably do it again'

Ke$ha says drinking her own urine was 'pretty gross'

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Ke$ha has revealed that she once drank her own urine, but that it was "pretty gross".

The pop singer said she experimented with drinking her own pee because "I heard it was good for you."

In a new interview with the Hollywood Reporter, she explained:

"I'm also just one that doesn't shy away from things. I'm not good at saying 'no' so I just figure, fuck it, I'll try anything once. So I tried it. I wouldn't recommend it. It was pretty gross. And I don't think it really did anything very beneficial to me so, yeah, I wouldn't probably do it again."

Ke$ha also spoke about her forthcoming full length collaboration with The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne, called Lip$ha.

She said of the project: "We just are two weirdos that get together and make noise. And it's just kind of whatever the mood strikes because it's a very different thing than making a pop record. When I make a pop record, I have deadlines I need to adhere to, a lot of people's opinions."

She continued: "But when him and I get together and work on music we just kind of go crazy and we just get super-weird so I don't really know when and where it's ever going to see the light of day. But for me it's just an experimental musical adventure every time we get together."

Ke$ha has just been added to the bill for this summer's T In The Park. The festival, which takes place in Balado, Kinross between July 12-14 will be headlined by Mumford & Sons, Rihanna and The Killers.

To check the availability of T In The Park tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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