Wild pop princess Ke$ha often gets a bad rep for her party-hard, irreverent attitude. But this crazy animal warrior does have a soft humanitarian side - determined animal activist.
Quoted from an interview with Billboard Kesha says, "If you follow my music, you know I'm a bit of a jackass... But this is one part of my life I take really seriously. Helping animals has always been my goal."
In 2011, Ke$ha was named the Humane Society International's first Global Ambassador for her hard work helping spread the word about global animal abuse - ranging from seal slaughter, endangered lions and tigers, to shark finning. Many may not know that her mother, Pebe Sebert, is also an animal lover and an activist, who actively rescues stray and abused dogs and cats.
On March 23, Ke$ha will be receiving the Wyler Award at the Humane Society of the United States Genesis benefit at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, where the funds will benefit the Humane Society.
In other Ke$ha news, she will have her own documentary series on MTV this spring called "Ke$ha: My Crazy Beautiful Life", which documents her personal life and life on tour. She is also planning an upcoming tour for her latest album Warrior.