The film, which captures highlights from Grande’s Sweetener World Tour, premieres December 21.
‘Excuse me, I Love You’ premieres December 21 on Netflix.
The former actress turned pop star is known for iconic looks and story-driven videos. But which one deserves the top spot?
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’.
Ariana Grande has announced all five of her studio albums, along with the 'Christmas & Chill' EP, will be available on colour vinyl on 6 December.
This new tour leg will begin in Nassau, New York on 9 November and end in Los Angeles, California on 21 December.
'Wasteland, Baby!' is the first rock album to lead the Billboard 200 since Mumford & Sons’ 'Delta' debuted at No. 1 on the 1 December, 2018-dated chart.
The fast-rising Tyneside singer-songwriter also recently won the BRIT Awards Critics Choice award for 2019.
Released on 8 February through Republic Records, the album is Grande’s fourth US chart-topper.
The new video was directed by Hannah Lux Davies and is littered with familiar faces.
The singer’s new track ‘7 Rings’ was streamed 16. 9million times, beating the previous record holder, Mariah Carey.
The star has already confirmed that her new album it set to drop in February.
The new 12-track record will also feature the songs ‘Imagine’ and ‘7 Rings’.
The 'Thank U, Next' star will play additional shows in London, Birmingham and Dublin.