The tracklist combines cherry-picked recordings from shows in London, Copenhagen, Nashville, New York and more.
Ariana Grande has announced a new live album collecting live performances from her supporting tour for 2018’s ‘Sweetener’ and 2019’s ‘thank u, next’.
The singer has shared clips on her Instagram stories of her scrolling through audio files with the names of different cities she played in on the tour.
TV showrunner Ryan Murphy has cast Ariana Grande as one of many stars in his latest film adaptation of the Tony-award winning musical The Prom.
This new tour leg will begin in Nassau, New York on 9 November and end in Los Angeles, California on 21 December.
Ariana Grande continues to prove herself an unstoppable pop force, releasing the new single ‘Monopoly’ with her longtime collaborator Victoria Monét.
After coming from New York in 2018, the 61st Grammy Awards ceremony came from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The star has already confirmed that her new album it set to drop in February.
Ariana Grande gathers her girl gang for another eye-catching music video for her surprise single ‘7 Rings’, inspired by The Sound Of Music.
The 'Thank U, Next' star will play additional shows in London, Birmingham and Dublin.
The singer revealed that Manchester is not part of the official announcement because they’re planning “a special show”.
'Imagine' is the second song the star has released believed to be from her next album, provisionally-entitled 'Thank U, Next'.
“We wanted to bring you as closely into our world as possible.”
Ariana Grande continues her hit parade, snagging her first ever No.1 solo hit on the Billboard 100 with her new breakup anthem, ‘Thank U, Next’.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the video continues the theme of showing Grande as a divine being, gliding through the chaos of daily life.