After months of teasing and rumors, Ariana Grande is finally giving fans the holiday gift they’ve been wanting. On December 21, a year after the end of her Sweetener World Tour, Netflix will globally release the new concert film, excuse me, i love you. The title is similar to the lyric from Grande’s song, “R.E.M.” on the Sweetener album where she sings, “Excuse me, um, I love you.”
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 9, 2020
The film takes place at Grande’s London show for the Sweetener World Tour, and according to Netflix, excuse me, i love you will also share a behind-the-scenes look at her life in rehearsal and on the road.
Last year after the final show, Grande released the live album for her tour, k bye for now (swt live), and fans have been hoping for a concert film. The Sweetener World Tour involved Grande’s Sweetener and thank u, next albums and ran from March to December 2019. The tour surpassed Grande’s previous concert tour, the Dangerous Woman Tour, as her highest-grossing tour to date, being attended by 1.3 million people and grossing $146.6 million from 97 shows.
The movie excuse me, i love you will join Netflix’s slate of original concert films such as the recently released Shawn Mendes: Live In Concert, Taylor Swift reputation Stadium Tour, and HOMECOMING: A film by Beyoncé, to name a few.
Ariana Grande’s Sweetener World Tour concert film, excuse me, i love you, releases globally on Netflix on Monday, December 21!