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Ariana Grande not Performing at or Attending the Grammys after Disagreement

Ariana Grande not Performing at or Attending the Grammys after Disagreement

Variety reported yesterday that Grande has pulled out from both performing and attending the event this weekend, February 10.

First, Grande, 25, shared a screenshot of an Associated Press story in which Ehrlich said Grande, after a month of negotiating, "felt it was too late for her to pull something together" for the show, which is broadcast live Sunday in L.A.

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

Meanwhile, Taylor, who is also nominated in the Best Pop Vocal Album category, is also thought to be giving the Grammys a miss.

Grande is far from a new face on the scene, but this previous year has been an especially prominent one for her.




The publication stated she was initially told she couldn't perform her latest hit "7 Rings", before being told she could belt out the track as part of a medley. Dolly Parton will also take the stage to perform music from the Dumplin' soundtrack, and Kacey Musgraves, Little Big Town, Maren Morris and Katy Perry will pay tribute to Parton by performing some of her iconic songs.

The pop sensation was apparently left "insulted" after producers of the GRAMMYs wouldn't let her perform her most recent single, "7 rings".

Complicating matters, the show had been promoting Grande as a performer on social media.

After releasing her fifth studio album, "thank u, next", Ariana Grande was reportedly supposed to perform at the 2019 GRAMMYs. Her follow-up album to Sweetener, thank u, next, is set to arrive two days prior to the Grammys on Friday.

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