Take note, local authorities — a dangerous woman is about to go for a cross-country joyride.

In support of her eponymous third album, released in May, Ariana Grande announced she's hitting the road for a 2017 tour last night (September 8). The show series will kick off on February 2 in Arizona and conclude in April in Orlando, and while there are only United States sets confirmed, Grande told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show she plans to add international dates soon.

"I'm very excited," she told Fallon. "I can't wait to get on the road again."

Grande's most recent The Honeymoon Tour raked in more than $41 million across 81 shows between 2014 and 2015.

Grande also performed her latest single "Side to Side," which she debuted live at the 2016 Video Music Awards, for Fallon's audience. She told Fallon the VMA set, which included a smattering of exercise equipment, could inspire a new late night trend.

"I would love for the clubs to start adding spinning into the evening, like a spin bar," she noted. Consider our bikes firmly booked.

Finally, Grande and Fallon tested their unshakable bond (?) with the Best Friends Challenge, through which they tried to anticipate each other's answers to a series of questions. They failed on every count. They are not best friends.

Check out DangerousWoman.com for more information, and tell us if you'll plan to see Ari on the road in 2017.

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