Talented singer Ariana Grande could not hold back her excitement as she teased fans with the Netflix trailer of her upcoming concert film on the "Sweetener" world tour.
Ariana Grande has enjoyed her fans' overwhelming love throughout her glittering career. She's had several accolades, including one Grammy Award, nine MTV Video Music Awards, and eight Guinness World Records.
Looking back, it has indeed been a remarkable journey for the 27-year-old singer, and she could not have found a better time to treat her fans with some of the sweetest moments from her biggest tour yet.
The release date falls conveniently on the first anniversary of the world tour's final stop in Los Angeles' Forum. While sharing a shot of the official movie poster, Grande wrote:
"this as a love letter to u all, in celebration of all that we've shared over the past few years."
The "Problem" singer continued by appreciating her fans for consistently showing her love and support through the years. She concluded her lengthy post by revealing that the film's trailer would be released the next day.
And true to her words, the movie trailer was shared by Netflix on their official Instagram page. The preview featured flashes from Grande's "Sweetener" world tour, which circled cities in North America and Europe in 2019.
Both albums were critical and commercial successes, with "Sweetener" winning Grande a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album.
One of the more notable scenes captures a very emotional Grande telling her dancers that the "Sweetener" World Tour saved her life. Fans would probably have to watch the film to understand what she meant by that.
In a nutshell, the trailer was explosive and did a great job picking fans' interest ahead of its official release. The clip was shared alongside the caption:
"excuse me while i watch this trailer on repeat until December 21. thank you @arianagrande for giving us this gift in 2020."
The "Sweetener" world tour ran from March to December 2019, and was the first time Grande performed songs from her trap-infused fourth and fifth studio albums, "Sweetener," and "Thank U, Next."
Both albums were critical and commercial successes, with "Sweetener" winning Grande a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album. The second album broke the record for the highest streaming week for a pop album.
Away from her music endeavors, it is also smooth sailing for Grande to love life. The singer recently laid all rumors surrounding her relationship with Los Angeles-based real estate expert Dalton Gomez to rest with a rare kissing photo.
Throughout her career, Grande has always shown that she has a special connection with her fans. Given the challenging year that many of them may have endured, her concert film festival is perhaps the perfect holiday gift for the new year.
August 24, 2020