America watched as Cassadee Pope sang week after week on her way to becoming the winner of Season 3 of 'The Voice,' and now the singer will give viewers a glimpse into her personal life as well.

On Oct. 4, CMT will premiere a still-untitled docu-series chronicling her rise to fame. "We think there's something really valuable about a first-person account of the process of becoming a country star," CMT Programming and Development Executive VP Jayson Dinsmore explains to the Hollywood Reporter.

Pope clearly has a lot of trust in her fans. The singer, who won as part of Blake Shelton's team, allowed her loyal fan base to choose the cover for her new album, 'Frame by Frame.'

“My fans are the ones who gave me this incredible opportunity to create country music, and I want to ensure they are a part of the process as much as possible,”  Pope says (quote via GAC). “I’ve received great feedback on my new music while visiting country radio stations each week and while out on the Rascal Flatts tour, so I also wanted to make sure the fans had input on the artwork for 'Frame By Frame.'”

Pope used Vine to reveal the album title, and within 72 hours, thousands of people visited Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to vote for their favorite cover.

'Frame by Frame' will be released on Oct. 8.