According to MTV, Sia and her husband Erik Anders Lang will serve as co-directors of Untitled Sia Documentary Project, which is currently in pre-production. Per Deadline, viewers can look forward to "a never-before-seen look at the Grammy nominated performer's life."
When previously asked about her decision to conceal her face, the "Chandelier" singer explained to Interview magazine that while it's fun to play around with her image, she insists on having control on how much the public sees.
"People say, 'Enough of this s**t where she doesn't show her face," and 'It's a gimmick.' For sure. I'm trying to do this differently, for serenity," she said. "And it's a fun game for me as well. I have nothing to lose. But of course I want to be loved. So when people say, 'Show your face, you're not ugly.' I want to say, 'I know. I'm not doing it because I think I'm ugly; I'm trying to have some control over my image. And I'm allowed to maintain some modicum of privacy."
Given the amount of access the public demands from celebrities, we can totally respect Sia's desire to keep her private life out of the spotlight. Even if the documentary isn't of the tell-all variety, her ever-increasing list of hit songs and emotional videos — and yes, the collection of blonde wigs, too — make for a compelling enough story that we can't wait to watch.