Pop princess Ariana Grande’s fans will certainly rejoice with the news that they could watch her new documentary series free of charge on her official YouTube channel.
On Wednesday, the artist announced that she has partnered with the famous video-sharing website for her original series entitled, “Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries.”
Ariana’s fans have been actively discussing this development about her on social media, feverishly sharing information of the upcoming release of her documentary.
On Twitter, the singer’s followers shared their views, asking how they could avail the original YouTube series for free.
They also expressed their extreme excitement as they would get to obtain an all-access experience to their favorite singer’s musical life.
The YouTube original programming has four parts. These will center on Grande’s professional life as a musical performer.
Her fans would also get to see the behind-the-scenes footages of the production of her recent album called “Sweetener.”
The pop musician’s latest album grabbed the top spot in the Billboard Top 200 listing in August.
Videos from Grande’s Dangerous Woman tour is also featured in the content created with the Google-owned video-sharing platform.
This musical event was suspended following a suicide bomber attacking concert spectators in May 2017. The report indicated a total of 22 casualties and over 500 injured people.
Grande’s One Love Manchester performance is a component of the documentary series as well.
This concert served as a fundraising event in which the proceeds were given to the Manchester bombing victims.
The pop star’s fans will get to see the debut episode of “Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries” today, November 29.
The other three episodes will be aired every Thursday. Details about Grande’s personal life would be minimal, if not absent.
The performer may have chosen to put behind discussions regarding the recent demise of her ex-boyfriend, rap artist Mac Miller.
In addition, she may have decided not to put a spotlight on her recent breakup with “Saturday Night Live” comedian, Pete Davidson.
Huge fans of the “One Last Time” songstress can watch her whole documentary series in one sitting.
This option comes at a $12-monthly YouTube Premium music and video subscription service.
At this time, Grande’s fans are also awaiting the release of her “Thank U, Next” music video. This is reportedly inspired by the movie, “Mean Girls” with actress Lindsay Lohan on the lead.