If you missed Ariana Grande’s «Sweetener» tour — or if you’d just like to relive it — Netflix is here to help.
The pop star and streaming service confirmed Wednesday that a concert movie, called «Excuse Me, I Love You» will drop on Dec. 21.
Grande spent nine months on the road last year promoting both her 2018 album «Sweetener» and 2019 followup «Thank U, Next.» She ended the tour by dropping her first live album, which featured all Grande’s new notable hits from the past two albums, as well as a handful of fan favorites from «Dangerous Woman» (2016), «My Everything» (2014) and «Yours Truly» (2013).
At the tour’s last stop in Inglewood, California, the singer, 27, was recorded by fans bursting into tears as she gave a farewell address.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 9, 2020
«This would not have gone the way it did without you and I love you so much,» she said. «Thank you for traveling around the world to see me. I know some of you guys flew all over the (expletive) place to see me. Like, what? Why? What? Thank you. And why? I love you. This has been amazing. Thank you so much.»
Grande also thanked her crew backstage.
«It just takes so many people to do something like this and I’m really grateful to everyone involved and everyone here,» Grande said. «You guys have become family… It’s a lot to be away from your home and your family for this long and no one ever has a bad (expletive) attitude.»
Grande has since released «Positions,» her sixth studio album. It debuted Oct. 30.
Netflix has teamed with a number of other high-profile musicians in recently for specials, including the Shawn Mendes documentary «In Wonder» and «Blackpink: Light Up the Sky.»