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WATCH: Ariana Grande drops first episode of ‘Dangerous Woman Diaries’

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In this June 2, 2018 file photo., Ariana Grande performs at Wango Tango at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Ariana Grande gives fans an all-access pass to her life as one of pop music’s biggest stars with the first episode of her YouTube Originals series “Dangerous Woman Diaries.”

Grande on Friday dropped the series’ first episode titled “the light is coming” where she shared a behind-the-scenes look of her working on her latest album “Sweetener.”

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The 25-year-old singer talked about how personal the album feels to her compared to her previous records.

“As an artist, I want to love each project I work in their own special way, but this feels like the most ‘me’ an album has ever felt. It just feels like super close to home,” she said.

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Grande, Billboard’s 2018 Woman of the Year, added: “I don’t feel like I stepped out of my comfort zone. I feel like I found it.”

The episode featured production of songs and videos of Grande’s hits “God is a Woman” and “The Light is Coming.”

Pharrell, “Sweetener’s” album producer, was also in the video as he worked with Grande in the studio for one of her songs “Get Well Soon.”

The project directed by Alfredo Flores is a four-part series that fans can watch for free every Thursday (Friday in the Philippines) until December 20.

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Meanwhile, YouTube Premium subscribers can already stream the whole series. /kga

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