Ariana Grande To Skip Grammys After They 'Insult' Her Performance | Hollywoodlife

Ariana Grande To Skip Grammys After They 'Insult' Her Performance | Hollywoodlife

Ariana Grande To Skip Grammys After They 'Insult' Her Performance | Hollywoodlife

The Grammys did not immediately respond for comment on whether Grande would be performing Sunday.

Ariana Grande will be noticeably absent from this weekend's Grammy Awards.

Grande, who kept quiet when asked about the issue this week, now claims the award show powers that be are "lying" about the reason she dropped out.

The "breathin" singer has confirmed she will not be attending the Grammys over a disagreement with producer Ken Ehrlich and his team.

The same thing happened with Lorde at last years Grammys.

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Grande's absence from the awards would be a noticeable one, as the pop star has been at the forefront of public consciousness for much of the past year due to multiple personal events as well as a new level of professional success. "And I'd love to get her in the show this year".

In addition, her personal life has also taken center stage.

A source told entertainment trade publication Variety that Grande felt "insulted" after producers initially refused to let her perform her latest single, 7 Rings. Grande is very open about sharing her life on social media, and that includes her relationships. The same source told Variety that Grande will no longer be attending Grammys at all.

Ehrlich's AP statement didn't sit well with the former child star, who unleashed her side of the story online. Not long after that, she announced that that would also be the title of her new album, released on February 8, 2019.

Ariana's 2018 album, Sweetener, is nominated for best pop vocal album, while her hit single God Is A Woman is up for best pop solo performance.

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