Miley Cyrus is the subject of an MTV documentary that will air next month. "The Movement" premieres October 2nd, just before she drops her new album, "Bangerz," a week later.
The one-hour film follows Miley as she records "Bangerz" and completes her transformation from Disney star to adult pop singer.
She said: "I want all my fans to come with me; to the studio, on the road, at performances. There's going to be a lot of ups and downs, and it's going to be completely insane. You've gotta be a part of the movement with me."
One Direction's new album, "Midnight Memories," will drop on November 25th.
The set is available for pre-order today andwill include their current hit single, "Best Song Ever."
A statement said: "2013 has been a monumental year for One Direction, who have played over 100 shows in 21 countries on their first ever 'Take Me Home World Tour.' In February, the band visited Ghana with U.K. charity Comic Relief and recorded the official 2013 Red Nose Day charity single, 'One Way or Another [Teenage Kicks.]' To date they have raised over $3 million for the charity. That same month they also won a BRIT Award for Global Success, and in August 2013 took home an astounding six Teen Choice Awards, including Choice Music Group. One Direction made their movie debut last week with their massive hit 3D concert movie and documentary 'One Direction: This is Us.'"
The band will begin their worldwide "Where We Are Stadium Tour" early next year.
Lady Gaga asked music fans and critics to "lighten up" over the Miley Cyrus MTV Video Music Awards controversy.
Gaga said: "I don't like to pass judgment on Miley. Generally, people need to lighten up about pop music, it's about entertainment. It is here to make people feel happy. Especially in America there is an excessive dragging of female artists and I don't want to contribute to that."