Demi Lovato will be giving fans a look at her journey over the last three years as she shares her story on YouTube!

As Entertainment Tonight reports, it was announced on Thursday at the ninth annual Newfronts that Lovato would be getting a four-episode YouTube docuseries. The as-of-now-untitled series is a follow-up to Lovato's 2017 YouTube documentary, Simply Complicated.

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Demi Lovato opens up at her first interview since her overdose at the Teen Vogue Summit 2019

Lovato's docuseries to focus on singer's private life and career

Lovato's brand-new YouTube docuseries will see the pop star "returning to show fans her personal and musical journey over the past three years," according to a press release about it.

As Entertainment Tonight mentions, the past few years have seen Lovato go from overdosing in 2018 to entering rehab, and eventually making a return to the stage. She performed her new song "Anyone" at the Grammy Awards in January, and performed the national anthem at the Super Bowl a week after.

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Demi Lovato performs onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.

Lovato and Justin Bieber have gone through similar experiences

Lovato's docuseries will be directed by Michael D. Ratner, who also directed Justin Bieber's recent YouTube docuseries, the 10-part Justin Bieber: Seasons. As Entertainment Tonight shares, Lovato and Bieber are both managed by Scooter Braun, and appeared together on The Ellen DeGeneres Show back in March.

"I think for a while I tried to run away from some stuff," Bieber had said during the episode. "I tried to run away from the industry, tried to run away from what I felt like God wanted me to do."

"But I feel like this is what you and I are meant to do," he told Lovato. "You're meant to entertain and sing, and I think same as me. So when we run away from that, we become less happy."