Rumors have been flying for a while that Ariana Grande‘s Sweetener World Tour will soon be made into a Netflix documentary. The greatness of the pop star’s show-stopping trek around the world is one that’s meant to be watched so an in-depth look is a definite win for loyal fans.
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If true, it’ll follow in the footsteps of Beyoncé and Taylor Swift who debuted their own tours on the streaming platform. It’s made us want other artists to broadcast their highly successful shows and give followers a deeper insight. From Harry Styles to Dua Lipa, check out who we think should make a Netflix tour documentary next.
1. Harry Styles
This one’s a no-brainer. The things we’d do for a behind the scenes look of Harry Styles’ Love On Tour. Although it’s been postponed until at least 2021, the anticipation is only higher. His Fine Line album release concerts in London and L.A. gave us a little taste of what his upcoming shows might involve. But an actual documentary would show us everything we want to see: revealing interviews, Harry’s tour process, and so much more.
A Netflix tour doc about the most famous boyband in the world is a given. BTS has unveiled many behind the scenes videos of them practicing for upcoming performances and it wouldn’t hurt to have even more. The boyband’s rise has been memorable — their massive gain of a worldwide fanbase has made them more popular than previous artists. With a documentary, so much could be discussed, from their musical production to the love for their fans.
3. The 1975
The bond between The 1975 and their fans is unlike any other. Documenting that connection alongside a revealing look of their world tour would be the first on our must-watch list. It’d entail everything we’d expect from the band like in-depth interviews from each member and the journey to designing the perfect stage for every song.
This might be wishful thinking — Lorde hasn’t toured or released any new music since late 2018. But it won’t stop us from hoping. Whether it’s a glimpse into the perfection that was her Melodrama tour or future treks across the world, we want anything Lorde decides to reveal. A peek inside her wondrous, creative mind is all we’d need.
5. Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa wowed critics with her sophomore album Future Nostalgia, a true ode to catchy synth-pop. The expectations were high especially after her smash “New Rules” became one of the best songs of 2017. A Dua tour documentary would give us the chance to watch a soon-to-be pop legend in action.
6. Billie Eilish
After her legendary Grammy wins this year, a Billie Eilish tour doc needs to happen. The 18-year-old’s reign over the pop industry has been ongoing — her hit “bad guy” is still invading the radiowaves despite being released nearly a year ago. A deeper look into what goes on behind her Where Do We Go? World Tour is exactly what we want.
Lizzo‘s iconic rise is one that needs to be shared, especially the process behind her tour. We’ve seen her outrageous set designs from previous live performances at award shows, but there’s something completely different about the pop star singing along with her dedicated fans. Also, getting the chance to witness Lizzo’s relatable humor and backstage antics would be a plus.
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