God is a woman and her name is Ariana Grande. Well, she's a god in the music industry at the very least. You can see for yourself when her Netflix documentary premiers December 21st.

The pop singer began teasing fans yesterday- sharing a clip of her song 'everytime' live from the Sweetener World Tour.

Though she released a first look yesterday, the trailer for the film came out last week.

Titled- "Excuse me, I love you," the documentary follows Grande as she sets out on her Sweetener World Tour in 2019. Ariana told her fans while doing shows that she had been taping some of them for an exciting upcoming project.

After a bit of speculation, fans concluded the singer would be releasing a film recording of the concert. It was soon announced the concert had been filmed for a Documentary on Netflix.

Sweetener World Tour (2019)

The Sweetener tour included music from her albums Sweetener and Thank U, Next as well as a few songs from her early career. Since then, Grande has released her sixth studio album Positions, making it her fifth album to rank number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

Check out the fist look at 'Excuse me, I love you' above and don't miss its premiere on Netflix December 21st!

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