It feels like she's taking over the WORLD!!!!
Ariana Grande is taking her fans behind-the-scenes of her 2017 Dangerous Woman Tour and the making of her album Sweetener with a four-part documentary series titled "Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries."
The "breathin" singer released the trailer to her docu-series, which Youtube deemed "a love letter to her fans," on Wednesday (November 28). The project is all about giving Arianators a never-before-seen look at the pop star's life both on and off stage.
"We wanted to bring you as closely into our world as possible," Ariana said in the series' trailer. "I want to sing for you guys and I want to share these experiences." Later in the one-minute teaser, Ariana told the camera, "I'm so excited to bring you into the world of the 'Dangerous Woman Diaries.'"
"Dangerous Woman Diaries" features footage of Ariana in the recording studio; on-set shooting her iconic music videos, including "The Light Is Coming" and "God Is a Woman;" and a few of her live performances, including the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards and her "One Love Manchester" concert, Variety reports. Despite the all-access look at Ariana's life on the road, the project will not feature an in-depth look at the 25-year-old singer's personal life. According to a YouTube representative, the docu-series will not address Ariana's short-lived engagement to Pete Davidson.
The first installment of the four-part docu-series is out Thursday (November 29) on Ariana's Youtube channel. A new episode will be released each following week. (Part two will release December 6, part three will release December 13, and part four will release December 20.) However, Youtube Premium subscribers will be able to binge-watch all four episodes beginning Thursday. Each episode runs for about 30-40 minutes.
"Dangerous Woman Diaries" was directed by Alfredo Flores and produced by Scooter Braun and JD Roth’s GoodStory Entertainment.