Ariana Grande returns to the BBC and will feature songs from her latest album and previous hits in a one-hour special. It will be filmed on September 7th and aired on BBC One in the fall.
Grande appeared most recently in the BBC, where he performed the One Love Manchester Concert in June 2017, which was organized as a tribute to the victims of Grande & # 39; s Manchester Arena Concert. The BBC's coverage generated a huge audience after the atrocity that claimed 22 lives.
Grande is popular in the UK and "Sweetener" is currently in first place on the British album charts. Her previous album "Dangerous Woman" also led the charts.
In the new special, the Grammy-nominated US star will be singing songs from her latest album "Sweetener" and her biggest hits in a show in front of the camera of a live studio audience. Grande is supported by a purely female orchestra.
U.K.. Presenter Davina McCall will moderate the one-hour special and talk to Grande about her life, her music and her career. "Ariana Grande is such an incredible talent," said McCall. "She is very funny and unbelievably friendly and has achieved so much in her career! I am very much looking forward to speaking to her and of course listening to some of her great music."
The Grande Special follows music specials for the BBC with greats like Adele, Harry Styles and U2. The show was commissioned by Jan Younghusband, the BBC's procurement director, music television, and Charlotte Moore, content director of the UK pubcaster. British production company Livewire Pictures will produce
"We are delighted to have Ariana back at the BBC, she is an outstanding new talent that is so appreciated by the British public," said Younghusband.
BBC Studios Expected Distribute the special, as was the case with Adele's production, which was acquired by a number of broadcasters around the world.