Ariana Grande is giving fans an intimate look at her life as one of pop music’s biggest stars.
On Wednesday, the singer, 25, announced a brand-new docuseries, “Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries”, for YouTube all about the making of her latest album Sweetener.
On Thursday, Grande dropped the first, half-hour episode.
Fans will see never-before-seen videos from the Dangerous Woman tour while making the chart-topping record.
And even though Grande’s personal life was all over headlines this year, according to The Hollywood Reporter the series will not touch on her short-lived romance with Pete Davidson or the death of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. Instead, the series will focus only on the songstress’ professional career.
“We wanted to bring you guys as closely into our world as possible,” Grande can be heard saying in the short teaser.
The project was directed by Alfredo Flores and will also feature all of Grande’s tour mates, family and best friends.
The first episode of “Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries” is available now to stream, with three more episodes airing Thursdays, exclusively on YouTube.