Ariana Grande Performs ‘God Is a Woman’ With All-Female Orchestra

There may be “No Tears Left to Cry” after you watch this performance.

Backed by an all-female orchestra, Ariana Grande performed her smash-hit, “God is a Woman”, during an exclusive and intimate performance. It was released on Monday evening as a teaser for an upcoming BBC special set to air in November.

The upcoming hour-long musical extravaganza will feature a live performance of some songs from her latest album, Sweetener (2018) and an exclusive and in-depth interview covering everything from her new music, connection to England and the ups and downs of her career.

WATCH BELOW: Ariana Grande with an all-female orchestra performing ‘God is a Woman’

READ MORE: Ariana Grande announces North American ‘Sweetener’ tour

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The 25-year-old has been quick to bounce back after so many traumatic experiences, including the bomb explosion which took place during her performance at Manchester Arena in May 2017.

Speculation has it that host Davina McCall may have been touched upon this in the interview, which airs Nov. 1 at 3 p.m. ET.

Some Arianators were fortunate enough to get tickets to the exclusive session, which was recorded on Sept. 7.

READ MORE: Ariana Grande on Manchester: ‘From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry’

Since early September, she has faced a great deal of turmoil. Her engagement with “Saturday Night Live‘s” Pete Davidson was called off for undisclosed reasons. That wasn’t long after the overdose death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller — which occurred the same day of the BBC special.

This powerful performance was recorded prior to Grande’s knowledge of Miller’s passing; however, it shows just how emotional and passionate she is as both an individual and a performer.

It appears the “Bang Bang” singer is prepared to go back on the road and conquer the world with her music once more.

Grande revealed plans for her upcoming Sweetener tour Thursday evening. The world tour will commence with a 42-date leg across North America, spanning from March to June 2019. She will play four Canadian shows.

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READ MORE: Ariana Grande posts heartwarming video of Mac Miller after split from Pete Davidson

An exclusive presale for American Express cardholders will begin on Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. ET. It ends on Nov. 3 at 10 p.m.

General public ticket sales begin on Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. ET. Tickets can be purchased through the official Ariana Grande website.

Canadian Sweetener 2019 tour dates

April 1 — Montreal, Que. — Bell Centre
April 3 — Toronto, Ont. — Scotiabank Arena
April 25 — Edmonton, Alt. — Rogers Place
April 27 — Vancouver, B.C. — Rogers Arena

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