ARIANA Grande’s Sweetener tour may be coming to an end, but fans have a new project to look forward to for the holidays.
Ariana tweeted an update about the release date of her live album from the tour, which she said is approaching “soon.”
“Love u hello!” she wrote prior to performing in her home state of Florida on Sunday.
“Been prepping these vocals for the live album / listening to first pass mixes & am so excited. vocal producing everything myself, johnny’s been producing all the band parts ! deadline is soon, so jus saying hello and love u and miss u. see u tonight, jacksonville !”
Fans on Twitter were ecstatic to hear that 2019 could end on a Grande note.
“I cannot wait to have my ears blessed,” one fan gushed.
“Love u so so much, can’t wait for the live album :),” said another.
“I’m so excited for the live album n can’t wait to hear it ! i love youuu,” wrote a third.
Others speculated that the live album is her Christmas gift to fans and praised the pop star for her drive.
“This live album is already my favourite gift this christmas,” wrote one user.
“Wounder [sic] if we get the live album as a christmas present ?? Lol we stan an hardworking queen,” another tweeted.
“I’m kinda sure that @ArianaGRande wants to release the live album for Christmas, like it could be her Christmas gift for all of us,” one fan speculated.
“Now I want to do one for her.”
For those who saw her on tour, the live album will be a way to cope with their “post concert depression” until the next one.
“The fact the live album is what will help me through my post concert depression,” tweeted a sad fan.
The Sweetner world tour concludes in Los Angeles on December 21.
The 26-year-old pop star teased the album in October when she tweeted photo of vocal tracks from her tour that she was listening to on her laptop.
“about to start comping thru and picking my favorite adlibs/performance moments on this flight … just in case u want a live album one day,” she wrote.
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The singer has been hard at work for the past 18 months.
She released her Sweetener album last August and followed up with her fifth album, thank u, next, less than six months later in February 2019.
Ariana’s hard work has paid off – she was crowned one of Spotify’s most streamed artists of the decade, the BBC reports.
Thank u, next was the third-biggest album of 2019, and “7 Rings” cracked the music streaming platform’s list of most-streamed songs around the world and in the US.
Sweetener, thank u, next, and Dangerous Woman hit two billion streams in March, making Ariana the first woman to have three albums each hit two billion streams on Spotify, according to High Snobiety.