Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Rick Owen

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

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

However she will not perform at the show following a dispute with producer Ken Ehrlich that has now gone public.

Speaking to the Associated Press on Thursday, he explained: "As it turned out when we finally got to the point where we thought maybe it would work, she felt it was too late for her to pull something together for sure".

Since the Grammy's, which is set to take place on Sunday, February 10, began promotion, Grande has appeared on billboards across the United States. "Thought I'd end up with Sean//But he wasn't a match//Wrote some songs about Ricky//Now I listen and laugh//Even nearly got married//And for Pete, I'm so thankful//Wish I could say, "Thank you" to Malcolm//'Cause he was an angel", she croons. "It was when my creativity [and] self-expression was stifled by you, that I decided not to attend". "She was like, 'Brother, come to the studio.' And he said, 'I have Shangela with me, is that OK?' And she said, 'I love Shangela.' We had met earlier in the year".

Have you got her new album? "And one of the songs, she was like, 'I'm still working on the intro for it, don't listen to that part, just listen to the song'".

Ariana Grande's eagerly awaited album has arrived and she gave fans a little bit extra. Her fifth album, Thank U, Next, drops at midnight, and she's been rolling out teasers all day on social media.

Ariana Grande has already said "Thank U, Next" to "Sweetener". "I saw those tweets and what she said". But beyond shouting out her well-known exes like Davidson, Miller, Big Sean and Ricky Alvarez, Grande also revealed a newfound relationship with herself. Ariana was understandably devastated when Mac died of a drug overdose in September, but she was still with Pete at the time, and it seems she was trying to hide just how distraught she was. But the pop star will not be performing any of her recent hits at the Grammys, even though she's nominated for two.

CNN has reached out to the Recording Academy for comment.

Less than 45 seconds into my first listen, I knew the song was a bop that incorporated references to both outer space and space in relationships.

"It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported", Grande tweeted.

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