Ariana Grande has called out Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich for lying about the reasons behind her absence from this weekend's awards. Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich claimed that "she felt it was too late for her to pull something together", but Grande has refuted his side of the story. Grande disputed these facts, letting him know that she's capable of whipping together a stand-out performance in one night and exposed him for allegedly lying on her name. Not politics. Not doing favors or playing games.
Following the release, an emotional Ariana tweeted: 'I'm sorry my posts were late. scooter allison my mom and wendy made speeches and i cant stop crying. i love y'all. i hope u enjoy this album. this music, you guys and my friends saved my life. love u. sry. iight bye'.
Variety previously reported that Grande wouldn't perform due to a disagreement with producers over which songs would be featured. It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported.
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Ariana Grande doesn't need to perform at the Grammys to boost her sales or increase her fanbase. Just two days before the Grammys, Ariana is all set to release her brand new single from the "Thank U, Next" album.
Ariana then took to Twitter to respond to the statement.
The singer is nominated for best pop vocal album for Sweetener and best pop solo performance for God is a Woman, but is now likely not to show up for the ceremony at all. 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.