Ariana Grande just won’t take her pumps off our necks.
Days after releasing the teaser for her upcoming ‘thank u, next’ music video, the songstress is back with more fodder for gay Twitter: a four-part docuseries titled Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries. And we don’t have to wait long as the first episode will drop on her YouTube channel this Thursday, Nov. 29.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the four-part series will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look a some of the biggest moments in the soon-to-be pop legend’s career. It will also include bits about the making of Grande’s latest album, Sweetener, concert performances, highlights from the “Dangerous Woman” tour and moments from her One Love Manchester tribute following the bombing of her concert last year.
— Alfredo Flores (@AlfredoFlores) November 27, 2018
While much focus has been on Grande’s personal life as of late — a whirlwind romance with and tattoos with her ex-fiancé Pete Davidson or the tragic death of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller — the show is billed as purely professional. Which, thank God (who is a woman, obvi) because bops and ponytails is all any of us should really stick our noses into.
Directed by music video director Alfredo Flores, new episodes of Dangerous Woman Diaries will roll out every Thursday on Grande's YouTube channel for the low price of Free.99.
But if you just can’t wait, fans can binge the entire series via a $12 a month YouTube Premium subscription.