Ariana Grande Teases a Potential Netflix Film for Her ‘Sweetener’ World Tour
Ariana Grande’s Sweetener World Tour is seemingly coming to Netflix soon.
Ariana Grande has been posting all over her social media accounts today beautiful pictures from her Sweetener World Tour. Following a set of pictures tweeted out by Grande, she tagged the streaming service Netflix in an additional tweet.
To add to the controversy and excitement from fans, Netflix then responded to Grande’s collection of tour photos.
excuse me, i love you— Netflix (@netflix) December 8, 2020
The tweet that Netflix wrote was a reference to Grande’s song “R.E.M.” which was on her Sweetener album. She won a Grammy for this album, which was released in August 2018.
The former Victorious star’s cryptic message on social media has fans going crazy and questioning whether or not this means she will be having a music documentary on Netflix. Whether or not this be the case, fans are super excited to see her documentary.
aaaa I’m very happy and excited. Seriously if the SWT movie before the end of the year, it will undoubtedly be the best year accompanied by my girl’s album @ArianaGrande @netflix #ArianaGrande pic.twitter.com/GHAQkYlncD— SEMPAI_Guwu 🕷 (@FGcuwu) December 8, 2020
The singer toured all of the world from March to December of 2019 to promote her new album. As a result, the Sweetener World Tour was her most successful tour, as it grossed $146 million.
This concert documentary would be the first for Grande, as she has never released her own full-length concert documentary. We hope to see this documentary about Sweetener very soon. Look out Netflix users for this groundbreaking movie you do not want to miss.