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There is no denying that Ariana Grande's two albums sweetener and thank u, next took the music industry and world by storm back in 2018 and 2019. For those who were unable to seeing her world tour last year, the amazingly talented pop star has some uplifting news for you.


The global icon is teaming up with Netflix to release her concert movie titled excuse me, i love you as a play-on words to her thank u, next album. The film will encompass material from both of her records which placed at number one on the Billboard charts.

Prior to announcing the news, the megastar posted cryptic old black-and-white photos from her famous tour on Tuesday tagging the popular streaming service.

On Wednesday morning, the star revealed that she was in fact teaming up with Netflix to premiere her concert film. She wrote in a lengthy Instagram post:

"releasing this as a love letter to u all, in celebration of all that we've shared over the past few years. i know this project only captures some of one tour (out of all the other hundreds of shows and moments we have shared over the past six or seven years… jesus lol) but i just wanted to thank u all for showing me more in this lifetime already than i ever dreamed of. making music and doing all of this has been all i've known or fully given myself to consistently for a very long time now. although my heart is looking forward to a change of pace, i wanted to express again just how eternally thankful i am.
🤍"

Grande also revealed that fans can see a trailer for the concert film on Thursday.

The star is excited to drop her tour film on the one-year anniversary of its conclusion. Fans can expect to watch the most followed celebrity perform all of her massive hits: "God Is a Woman," "Bad Idea," "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored," "R.E.M.," "7 Rings," "Breathin," "Needy," "No Tears Left to Cry," "Thank U, Next" and much more.

During her tour, Grande also sang many popular tracks from albums Yours Truly, My Everything, and Dangerous Woman. Therefore, this film is suited toward all types of Arianators.

The singing diva previously released a live album on December 23rd called k bye for now (swt live) which included footage from various points of the tour which reached 101 shows – 71 in North America and 30 in Europe.

Ariana Grande continues to work extremely hard on all her projects despite the pandemic. The star released her latest studio album Positions and collaborated with Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, as well as Mariah Carey and Jennifer Hudson throughout the year.

We are so excited to see excuse me, i love you premiering on December 21st on Netflix.

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