This has been a crazy year for Ariana Grande. The singer survived a scary attack at her Manchester, UK, concert, broke off her engagement to Pete Davidson, and unfortunately lost one of her ex-boyfriends, Mac Miller, to a drug overdose. However, Ari is bouncing back and just announced a new YouTube Original docu-series called Ariana Grande: Dangerous Woman Diaries, that will give fans a glimpse inside her life.

“We want to bring you as closely into our world as possible. I want to share this with you guys. I’m so excited to bring you into the world of the Dangerous Woman Diaries,” Ariana said in the trailer.

The series will show never-before-seen highlights from the Dangerous Woman Tour, footage from the One Love tribute concert at Manchester Arena, and the making of her album, Sweetener. The series will air in four parts and part one will launch on Ariana’s YouTube channel on Nov. 29.

It’s not clear if the 25-year-old will address either of her relationships with Pete Davidson or the late Mac Miller. However, at the very end of the trailer, Ariana is still wearing her engagement ring while she is sitting on a couch and leaning against a pillow. Hmm.

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Ari has been dropping a lot of hints on Instagram about her new music video, “thank u, next.” On Nov. 27, she debuted a new trailer as to what the video is going to entail and we are all psyched. It’s a spoof of Mean Girls, and Jonathan Bennett, who played Aaron Samuels in the movie, is even in it! Grool.

For now, it seems like Ariana is taking some much needed time for herself, though. A source told Life & Style magazine, “Ariana realized that she doesn’t need a man in her life to complicate matters.” The source continued, “She’d rather focus on her career without any added distractions.”

So, how many days until this new docu-series debuts? We’re counting down.