Ariana Grande To Release Sweetener Concert Film On Netflix

Titled Excuse Me, I Love You, the feature will drop on December 21st.


If you missed out on Ariana Grande’s 2019 Sweetener tour, or if you’re just pining for a live concert experience, Netflix has you covered.

Ariana and Netflix have announced that her concert movie “Excuse Me, I Love You” will drop on the streaming service on December 21st. The movie will be a full-length experience, filmed at one of her sold-out London Sweetener shows.

Taking to Instagram to announce the news, Ariana wrote:

“releasing this as a love letter to u all, in celebration of all that we’ve shared over the past few years… I’ve learned, seen and felt so much. It’s been such an honor to share so much of this life with u.”


Fans will be excited to know that the concert film will also feature exclusive behind-the-scenes content, including the creation of the stage show and the day-to-day life of Grande.

The trailer, which has already racked up 5.2 million views, balances scenes of the glossy stage production with never-before-seen footage of the star. In one scene, an emotional Grande grapples with pressure.

“This show for sure, for sure saved my life this year,” she admits.

Whether you're an Arianator or a casual fan, Excuse Me, I Love You is set to be an exciting look at the highs and lows of global megastardom. With some killer tracks in between, obviously.

Watch Excuse Me, I Love You only on Netflix December 21st.

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