Ariana Grande’s concert documentary titled, “excuse me, i love you,” will be heading to the Netflix streaming platform on Dec. 21, which makes it a year from when the actual tour happened. Netflix released the documentary trailer on Dec. 10 to give fans an insight into what to look forward to.
In the trailer, it showcased the artists backstage at her concert shows preparing to go on stage. The documentary highlights the work she puts into creating music with other artists, like the legendary Mariah Carey. It also goes deeper into her experiences with her dancers, family, and the people close to her. And it wouldn’t be a concert documentary if it didn’t focus on the actual performances and events.
The Positions artist took to Instagram to share a heartfelt message to her fans. She explained that this documentary only showcases half of the shows she’s shared with fans but felt “honored” to be able to have those experiences.
“i just wanted to thank u all for showing me more in this lifetime already than i ever dreamed of,” the singer wrote. “making music and doing all of this has been all I’ve known or fully given myself to consistently for a very long time now. although my heart is looking forward to a change of pace, i wanted to express again just how eternally thankful i am.”
“excuse me, i love you” is set to be on Netflix streaming platforms on Dec. 21.