Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman Diaries YouTube series release date confirmed

The documentary follows the singer on her 2017 world tour, and is expected to cover the aftermath of the Manchester terror attack

Ariana Grande (Getty, EH)

YouTube’s upcoming docuseries Dangerous Woman Diaries is set to be released on Thursday 29th December 2018.


The documentary will document Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman tour, as is set to feature the events and aftermath of the Manchester terror attack.

The singer announced the Dangerous Woman Diaries series in a tweet during the summer, but we haven’t heard much since.

That all changed on Tuesday 28th November, when Grande’s photographer and collaborator Alberto Flores announced the release date via Twitter.

The series follow the popstar on her 2017 world tour, which was postponed in May 2017 after a suicide bombing at Manchester Arena killed 22 people and left over 100 injured.

She resumed the tour a few weeks later in June after performing at One Love Manchester, a benefit concert for victims of the attack which also featured Oasis’ Liam Gallagher and One Direction’s Niall Horan. The tour ended in Hong Kong in September.

Last year, Grande became the first person to be named as an honorary citizen of Manchester following her response to the tragedy.


Dangerous Woman Diaries will be released on Thursday 29th November on YouTube