Miley Cyrus will share a little more of herself this fall.

The "Can't Stop" singer will be the focus of a one-hour MTV documentary. The project is currently untitled, reports Billboard. 

MTV Programming President Susanne Daniels announced the documentary at a summer press tour for the annual Television Critics Association. 

It will follow Cyrus as she works to complete her new album, which is scheduled to be released in the coming months. 

The name of her new album has yet to be released and the singer insists that she must reach 13 million Twitter followers before releasing the album. 

The singer's new single, "23," is expected to be released on Aug. 26, after she tweeted a message seeming to tease fans with the new track. It will be a collaboration with rappers Juicy J and Whiz Khalifa.




"We Can't Stop," her lead single from the album, is already a huge success. It is currently No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Watch Miley's video for "We Can't Stop" below: