Netflix bought out a Christmas gift for all the fans of Ariana Grande by dropping a new concert documentary on this pop superstar featuring her 2019 Sweetener World Tour.
This 90-minute movie will be named as “excuse me, I love you!” The concert is one of the parts of her Sweetener World Tour 2019 which sold approx 1.3 million tickets worldwide. It is Ariana Grande’s highest-grossing global tour to date.
The just-released trailer featured glimpses of the London performance in the film and few unseen footages of Grande’s home and the road with her band and dancers.
Ariana Grande: excuse me, I love you will be air worldwide on 21 December 2020 on Netflix.
“writing this love letter to you all, in celebration of love that we’ve shared over the years. I know our this project only captures some glimpse of one tour (rest the other hundreds of moments we shared over the past seven years.. Jesus lol). Still, I wanted to thank you all for showering me more in our lifetime already than I ever dreamed off,” said Ariana Grande on her Instagram post.
The 2019 Sweetener World Tour comprises of 97 shows where Ariana performed few singles from Sweetener and Thank U, Next tracks. It swiped off in March 2019 in New York and lastly concluded at Inglewood, California with the total earning of about $146.4 million. She also celebrated the finale of the world tour by releasing her first brand new live album, titled as k bye for now.
The Sweetener concert movie is Grande’s second movie project to date coming on Netflix. Previously, she launched her Dangerous Woman Diaries album on YouTube. This Grammy Award-winning singer also released a black and white teaser of her upcoming concert movie via Twitter. You can check it out here :