Ariana Grande Reportedly Cancels Grammys Gig After Producers "Insulted" Her

Ariana Grande Reportedly Withdraws From Grammys After Disagreement Over Song Choices

Ariana Grande Pulls Out of Grammys 2019 | 2019 Grammys, Ariana Grande

In response to a tweet of ours, Ariana Grande shut down the rumors and confirmed that she will not perform at the 61st GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, February 10, 2019: "that rumor is false ".

According to reports, Ariana made the hard decision not to attend the awards after producers refused to let her perform her new track 7 Rings during the show, leaving her "insulted".

Speaking with The Associated Press on Thursday, Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich claimed that Grande "felt it was too late for her to pull something together" after a breakdown in conversations with the singer.

Variety has reached out to Ehrlich for comment.

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Grande's 2018 LP, Sweetener, is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album, while her song "God Is A Woman" is up for Best Solo Pop Performance. "And I'd love to get her in the show this year".

Ariana Grande has reportedly turned down the chance to perform at the GRAMMYs, following a dispute with producers of the show.

Ariana Grande has been known to be a bit of a diva but ya know who tops her divaness? Supposedly, producers refused to let her perform her latest hit, "7 Rings", which didn't bode well with Ariana, sources told the outlet.

They apparently gave her the option of singing 7 Rings as part of a medley. In fact, her image was used for much of the marketing for the show, which has suffered from its own public relations issues over the past couple of years.

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The source reportedly said such rules were not imposed on other performers at the show.

Ariana Grande just said "thank u, next" to the Grammys.

During an interview with Billboard past year, Ariana made it very clear that she is not a pushover in the industry.

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