Ariana Grande’s Sweetener World Tour film, which is currently in a middle of a bidding war, will be a ‘brutally honest’ look behind the scenes.
The ‘Thank U, Next’ singer, 26, concluded her ‘Sweetener World Tour’ with her 100th show in Los Angeles at The Forum on December 22 2018.
Industry Camera, a LA based company, who specialise in ‘Cinematic Multi-camproviding state of the art on-set workflows and solution for Concert Films, Live Comedy Stand Ups, and Episodic Television’, according to their website, filmed Ariana’s show in Inglewood, California.
The company has worked with many incredible names such as Oprah, Tiffany Haddish, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé in the past.
Not only were some of the shows filmed in the U.S., during her last show of the European leg of the tour at London’s O2 arena, Industry Camera were also filming Ariana’s performance along with crowd reactions.
According to recent reports, Ariana Grande has sparked a bidding war over the ‘Sweetener World Tour’ documentary, with Netflix starting at $5.2 million offer.
“Ariana’s team are negotiating a huge deal between a number of big hitters, with Netflix and YouTube both showing interest,” a source told The Sun.
“Netflix has put forward a starting offer of £4million to get the rights,”
The bidding war is reportedly between Netflix and YouTube.
The source added: “It will be a brutally honest and raw depiction of how tough life can be on the road but will include the happier, heart-warming times too.”
In 2018, Ariana released a four-part docuseries on YouTube that took her fans behind-the-scenes of her ‘Dangerous Woman Tour’ and the making of the ‘Sweetener’ album.
The YouTube docuseries, available for Premium account holders (a paid streaming subscription by Google) featured concert performances, behind the scenes footage of the ‘Dangerous Woman Tour’ and moments from her ‘One Love Manchester’ tribute concert in Manchester, UK.