Ariana Grande has teased the release of a tour movie on Netflix, which will capture her live shows in support of 2018’s ‘Sweetener’.
Posting on Twitter, the singer shared three black and white photos from a performance on the ‘Sweetener’ world tour – which was identifiable by the giant inflatable moon that loomed large over crowds during the shows.
Responding to the tweet, she then tagged Netflix – seemingly confirming that the streaming giant is gearing up to release the recording of Ariana’s live shows.
“excuse me, i love you,” Netflix responded – a reference to Grande’s track ‘R.E.M’.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 8, 2020
excuse me, i love you
— Netflix (@netflix) December 8, 2020
“Sweetener movie?!??????,” one fan asked, while another simply commented, “GIVE US A DATE.”
Ariana previously released the ‘Sweetener’ live album on streaming services at the end of 2019.
The collaboration appeared on a new Christmas special show, which aired on AppleTV+ last week (December 4).
It was previously hinted that a collaboration was happening back in October, when Carey tweeted a photograph of three directors chairs on set, each brandishing a set of initials: AG, MC and JH.
Last month, she also shared the sci-fi inspired video for ’34+35′ – which sees her playing both a scientist and an android she brings to life.