- 09 Dec 20
Grande previously shared the ‘Sweetener’ live album on streaming services at the end of 2019.
Ariana Grande has teased the possible release of her tour movie on Netflix, which would focus on her live shows from 2018's highly influential 'Sweetener' performances.
Posting on Twitter, the positions singer shared three black and white photos from a performance on the Sweetener world tour – identifiable by the giant inflatable moon that loomed large over crowds during the visual-heavy shows.
Responding to the tweet, the singer then tagged Netflix – appearing to confirm that the streaming platform is gearing up to release the recording of the singer's live shows based on her fourth studio album.
“excuse me, i love you,” Netflix responded – referencing Grande’s track ‘R.E.M’.
The pop, R&B and trap album itself won Best Pop Vocal Album at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, marking the first Grammy win of Grande's career.
Sweetener spawned numerous hit singles - including 'God is a Woman', 'Breathin' and 'No Tears Left to Cry' - and featured guest vocals from Pharrell Williams, Nicki Minaj and Missy Elliott.
Grande was recently crowned first artist in history to debut five songs at No. 1 on Billboard's The Hot 100 Chart after releasing her newest single 'positions'.
She has been on this streak since 2018 - starting with “thank u, next” and continuing with “7 rings,” 'Stuck with U', and 'Rain On Me.'