Ariana Grande Is Coming To Netflix With Her World Tour Sweetner 2020
The 27-year-old songstress took to both Twitter and Instagram today to share professional shots from her fourth and most recent concert tour, making sure to tag Netflix in the posts. This seemed to all but confirm that her Sweetener movie would be making its way to the platform.
You can see her tweets below, along with Netflix’s reply.
As reported by Just Jared in August 2020, Ari had streaming services fighting for the big project, with Netflix and YouTube believed to be two of the biggest bidders.
It’s no wonder a Sweetener World Tour movie would be in high demand, considering over one million people attended the tour, and it grossed a whopping $146 million. This marks Ariana Grande’s highest-grossing tour ever, topping the Dangerous Woman Tour in 2017.
Sweetener is the former Nickelodeon star‘s fourth studio album, and it’s the one that finally earned her a Grammy Award win. The album, which was released in August 2018, featured big-name artists such as Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliot, and Pharrell Williams. It also was Ariana’s first album after she started dating Pete Davidson, and he even earned a track of his own with his name as the title.
Billboard gave Sweetener the #1 spot on their 50 Best Albums of 2018 list, and many people would certainly agree with that.
It would be an understatement to say that Ariana Grande is a multi-talented force to be reckoned with, and Netflix was extremely smart if they indeed did snatch up her Sweetener World Tour movie.
Fingers crossed Ari’s social media posts mean she’s headed to Netflix! We’ll update this article when we get more information.