The four-part series starts streaming the first episode this week!
Arianators just got a Hump Day treat.
Ariana Grande will be taking fans behind the scenes of her Dangerous Woman Tour through a four-part docuseries, and the first part is set to streaming tomorrow on YouTube.
Fans can expect to see concert performances, never-before-seen moments from the tour, and clips from her One Love Manchester tribute concert.
On top of tour footage, fans will also get to see the making of her latest album, "Sweetener," and we hope some great footage from the making of her highly anticipated "Thank U, Next" music video, for which Ariana recruited several "Mean Girls" stars.
The series is not expected to touch on her personal life, but instead give fans insight into the pop star's professional life and all that goes on behind the scenes. From the 60-second trailer below, it's clear she's very busy, but still manages to have a lot of fun.
New episodes of "Dangerous Woman Diaries" will be released every Thursday on Grande's YouTube channel and will be available to watch for free.
Watch the full trailer for "Dangerous Woman Diaries" below.