February 17, 2019

Ariana Grande Says Grammys Producer Is Lying About Why She's Not Performing

09 February 2019, 05:56 | Regina Holmes

Ariana Grande hits back at Grammys producer, explains why she won't be performing

After pulling out of Grammys, THIS is how Ariana Grande plans to make it up to her fans

The root of the problem appears to be over which song she would perform; she wanted to sing her new single "7 Rings", while organizers traditionally prefer artists perform the music they are nominated for.

Grande has previously shown her love for the cosmos, expressing her love of Jupiter and Neptune on Twitter and wearing NASA's iconic meatball logo on clothing, and now she's back. "I hope the show is exactly what you want it to be and more", she continued.

"I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying about me". According to a report earlier today from the Associated Press, Grande and the Grammys clashed over which song she was going to perform.

When Ehrlich's interview was released, Grande took to Twitter to call the producer out for spreading false information. The Grammys are slated to be held on February 10 and will see a stellar line up of music artists performing to their hit and soulful tracks.

"It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported". Sure, Sweetener brought us "Breathin" and "God Is A Woman", but with Thank U, Next, the singer reaches a new level of relatable, and fans can't seem to get enough of her breakup bops.

"He just comes to visit me/ When I'm dreaming every now and then".

Showing her appreciation, she added: "Hope that helps everyone understand my decision". It's been hard not to root for Grande over the past couple years, so it's especially rewarding to hear her coming out the other side of grief and trauma with her strongest body of work to date. "I am still grateful for the acknowledgement this year", she tweeted. Ehrlich told the New York Times that Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino all turned down offers to perform this year. They apparently eventually agreed to the song choice, but requested it be part of a medley where they could choose the second song.

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