By Liam Mathews,

YouTube is launching a four-part docuseries called Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries on Thursday that takes fans behind the scenes of the making of the pop star's latest album Sweetener, her Dangerous Woman concert tour and her One Love Manchester tribute concert to the victims and survivors of the terror attack during her performance in the British city last year. The series will be available on Grande's YouTube channel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The docuseries will focus on her professional life and not her high-profile whirlwind romance and breakup with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson or her reaction to the overdose death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller (it was mostly filmed in 2017, before her relationship with Davidson or Miller's death).

Fans who want to binge the whole series early can sign up for YouTube Premium, the streaming service's $12/month ad-free tier. For everyone else, free episodes will drop on Thursdays.

Grande will also be releasing her Mean Girls-inspired video for her new single "thank u, next" sometime in the near future as well.

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