Cabler WE tv's Cyndi Lauper reality series premieres Saturday, January 12.

Producers of Cyndi Lauper: Still So Unusual promise a behind the scenes look at Lauper's personal life.

“Each 30-minute episode gives viewers an all-access pass into the personal and professional life of one of pop culture's most beloved and influential icons as she juggles her many roles, including rock star, mother, wife, Broadway composer, New York Times best-selling author and philanthropist,” the network said in a press release.

“Considering Cyndi's hectic schedule, her family life with her husband of 20 years, actor David Thornton (My Sister's Keeper, The Notebook), and the couple's 14-year-old son, Declyn, plays a role throughout the series as Cyndi struggles with the same issues all working mothers deal with: splitting time between work and family and giving adequate attention to both.”

Last year, Lauper, a vocal supporter of gay rights, opened her True Colors Residence for LGBT homeless teens in Harlem. The facility, the first of its kind in New York City, accommodates 30 young people, offering them permanent housing. Residents pay rent based on their income and receive job placement help.