First Look At Ariana Grande's Netflix Film
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Ariana Grande has been teasing a big project is round the corner, and now, she's finally revealed what her Arianators can look forward to.
The 27-year-old has finally revealed that the long-anticipated Sweetener world tour, in which she performed 97 shows between March and December last year, will be arriving on Netflix.
And we don't have long to wait, with the Thank U, Next singer revealing the feature-length film, titled Excuse me, i love you will be released on 21st December - just over two weeks time.
The film will be released exactly a year after the tour, which saw Ariana perform her 2018 Sweetener album and its 2019 follow-up Thank U, Next, drew to close - seeing Ariana perform to 1.3 million people in total.
Ariana revealed the news to her 79 million Twitter followers earlier today.
Sharing a picture of herself performing, Ariana wrote: "The sweetener world tour is coming home to u," before adding #excusemeiloveyou.
The film's name comes from a lyric on her song 'R.E.M', which appeared on the Sweetener album.
The announcement comes just one day after Ariana posted a series of images from the tour, before tagging Netflix.
According to The Sun, Excuse me, i love you will be a "brutally honest" and "raw" look at life on the road.
Ariana previously revealed she decided to go on tour after a counsellor said she needed a "routine" to help her come to terms with her Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), after her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of suicide.
The popstar was also deeply affected after a suicide bomber detonated in a foyer during one of her concerts in Manchester, killing 23 people in 2017.
dec 21st, a year after closing, the sweetener world tour is coming home to u
@netflix @netflixfilm #excusemeiloveyou pic.twitter.com/8Dl7U5VVXG
- Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 9, 2020
"I was researching healing and PTSD and talking to therapists, and everyone was like, 'You need a routine, a schedule,'" she told Vogue at the time.
"Of course because I'm an extremist, I'm like, OK, I'll go on tour! But it's hard to sing songs that are about wounds that are so fresh.
"It's fun, it's pop music, and I'm not trying to make it sound like anything that it's not, but these songs to me really do represent some heavy s***."