Ariana Grande has begun teasing her upcoming “Dangerous Woman” tour and updating her fans on her preparations on Instagram and Snapchat.
The tour, which she announced last month on Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show” and is a namesake of her latest album, will commence in February next year. Grande, 23, is now getting ready for the “Dangerous Woman” tour with her crew, according to Teen Vogue.
The singer, born Ariana Grande-Butera, posted Snapchat clips of her playing Dance Dance Revolution late last month. She captioned it, “Tour prep.”
As her tour draws near, Grande has stepped up her preparations. On Thursday, she shared on Instagram a picture of a whiteboard featuring a list of titles of her songs, believed to be a setlist for her tour.
Some of the titles on the whiteboard had been erased, but the remaining ones include “Dangerous Woman,” “Into You,” “Let Me Love You” and “Greedy.” Teen Vogue noted that the inclusion of “Into You,” which has a remix that features Mac Miller, might imply that the tour could feature the rapper, who is in a relationship with Grande.
The “Dangerous Woman” tour also has a newly created Instagram account. The photos posted so far feature Grande and her dancers in a studio during what appears to be a rehearsal.
In related news, the pop star talked about the possibility of her dabbling in country music. “My grandpa, he always wanted me to do something in the country world," Grande told Entertainment Tonight in late September. “I don't know if that would ever happen, [but] if that opportunity comes along, I'd have to say, ‘Hell yeah!’ [I] gotta make that happen someday."
Country artist Ronnie Dunn has done a cover of Grande’s song “Tattooed Heart” and even named the album on which the cover appears after the tune. The record will be out later this month.