Now this is something we can't wait to see! Kesha's been hinting at dropping a documentary -- and now she's subtly confirmed it via Twitter!

The 'Sleazy' songstress first sprouted suspicion when she tweeted a link to an unauthorized documentary, telling her followers, "ANIMALS! don't waste ur hard earned $$ on this. its NOT legit..." Mere moments later, K-Dollar Sign tweeted, "I HAVE SOMETHING COMING FOR YOU ALL THAT IS LEGIT AND FUNNY AND WIERD AND AWESOME.ABOUT.MY CRAZY BEAUTIFUL LIFE."

Then, Kesha's street team spilled the beans, which she confirmed via a retweet: "Kesha we are all sooo excited for your documentary "My Crazy Beautiful Life" to come out!!! Woohoo!!!"

While it's unclear what the documentary will cover, Kesha and Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne have treated us to some behind-the-scenes footage already. Coyne's tweets of Kesha's studio sessions sent fans in a tizzy, with photos of powdery white lines and videos of at-home tattooing.

The documentary is only the latest in a slew of developments for the glittery gal. Her new album is slated to drop by May, and her cover of Bob Dylan's 'Don't Think Twice, It's Alright' on his Amnesty International tribute 'Chimes of Freedom' is for sale on iTunes now. We can't wait to watch and see for ourselves just how Kesha resurrects rock and roll.