Amidst her breakup with Pete Davidson, Ariana Grande had announced in a now-deleted Instagram story that she'd be taking a social media break. But the singer has now make a quick return to Instagram, sharing the news that her BBC special will air on November 1 on BBC One.

The post's caption reads, "UK babes, I’m excited to announce that my BBC special we shot in London will be airing on Nov 1 at 8pm on @bbcone 🖤 Thank you to my band, our background singers, incredible conductor Steve Sidwell, and this stunning orchestra (all girls, werk) I had the honor of performing with. I loved these arrangements so much. Thank you to my babes in the audience who made this such a fun, comfortable experience. Miss you."

The special was filmed back in September during the singer's UK tour and is hosted by former Celebrity Big Brother presenter Davina McCall, who told the Daily Mail that the opportunity seemed "just too good to be true," adding that she's "really excited about talking to her and, of course, hearing some of her amazing music."

As Grande said in her Instagram post, the special will include a performance with songs off her recent album Sweetener, accompanied by an all-female orchestra.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson in New York City