Ariana Grande: Grammy Awards boss 'lying' about performance

Ariana Grande: Grammy Awards boss 'lying' about performance

Ariana Grande is saying "thank you, next" to the 2019 Grammy Awards- and she's making sure everyone knows why she won't be showing up!

Ariana was responding to claims by Grammys boss Ken Ehrlich that she was struggling to put a performance together for the show. Insiders said Grande, who has an album debuting on Friday, felt "insulted" that producers didn't want her to perform her "7 Rings".

You wouldn't have guessed, two years ago, that Ariana Grande would slot into this exalted position. "I can pull together a performance over night and you know that, Ken", tweeted Grande.

Grande has publicly disputed that lack of time was the deciding factor, tweeting, "I've kept my mouth shut, but now you're lying about me".

"Baby, you do it so well/You been so understanding, you been so good/And I'm puttin" you through more than one ever should/And I'm hating myself "cause you don't want to/Admit that it hurts you".

Originally, Ariana Grande was set to perform at the ceremony, but ended up pulling out due to creative differences.

After pulling out of Grammys, THIS is how Ariana Grande plans to make it up to her fans

Thank U, Next is her second album release in six months, as Ariana had only dropped her Sweetener album in August past year.

Grande remains one of the biggest pop stars in the world, with 144 million Instagram followers and 60 million on Twitter.

Fans can not get enough of Ariana Grande dropping her new album Thank U, Next.

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.

Follow Newsbeat on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

Related Articles

  • State of the Union 2019: What to watch

    State of the Union 2019: What to watch

    The committee, which is tasked with negotiating a compromise on border security, met for the first time last week. Instead, she said funding for additional technology and more ports of entry are "part of the negotiation".
    Wayne Rooney sends message to Man United about Mauricio Pochettino

    Wayne Rooney sends message to Man United about Mauricio Pochettino

    Former Everton striker Wayne Rooney believes he could still do a job in the Premier League, according to CNN Sport . However, the retired Argentina global is still waiting to win his first piece of silverware at the club.
    Man dies after e-cigarette explodes in his face

    Man dies after e-cigarette explodes in his face

    Thombs estimated that there were 2,035 e-cigarette explosions and burn injuries in the United States between 2015 and 2017. He suffered from asthma and was told that a specialized vape pen might help improve his breathing, she told the newspaper.
  • Memphis Grizzlies' Mike Conley Prefers To Be Traded To The Eastern Conference

    Memphis Grizzlies' Mike Conley Prefers To Be Traded To The Eastern Conference

    Four more players from that 13-man roster are also now all former Raptors: Wright, Jakob Poeltl, Lorenzo Brown and Bebe Nogueira. Either not much, or that was an excellent poker face he displayed.
    Why Moto G7 Plus is set aside

    Why Moto G7 Plus is set aside

    All do run the Snapdragon 632, have fingerprint readers, and that clean version of Android we've come to expect from Motorola. We have four models in total to share with you today: Moto G7 , Moto G7 Plus , Moto G7 Power , and Moto G7 Play .
    Lakers fall to Pacers in largest loss of LeBron's career

    Lakers fall to Pacers in largest loss of LeBron's career

    Conley scored 25 points and handed out nine assists for Memphis and Jaren Jackson added 23 in the Grizzlies' second straight win. James became just the fifth player in National Basketball Association history to eclipse 32,000 points during the contest.
  • EU nations back rules that may stall Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline

    EU nations back rules that may stall Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline

    Leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said they would take up the resolution at their next meeting. Opponents of Nord Stream 2 include most eastern European Union countries, the Nordic states, and the UK.
    Possible MLB rule changes may have little effect on Pirates

    Possible MLB rule changes may have little effect on Pirates

    It is questionable whether that seismic change can occur before the current collective bargaining agreement expires in 2021. Have a tip? Email him at christophercwik@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Chris Cwik is a writer for Yahoo Sports.
    Ariana Grande To No Longer Attend The Grammys - Here’s Why!

    Ariana Grande To No Longer Attend The Grammys - Here’s Why!

    However, they reportedly wanted to choose the second song in the medley, which led to Grande pulling out of her performance. Instead, producers reportedly offered the New Zealand singer a spot in a Tom Petty tribute, which she declined.
  • NASA's first mini-spacecraft in deep space goes silent

    NASA's first mini-spacecraft in deep space goes silent

    NASA scientists were interested in testing whether CubeSats could survive deep space as a part of the InSight Mars Lander mission. Trajectory data suggests that Wall-E is more than 1 million miles past Mars with EVE being almost 2 million miles past Mars.
    RBC lands advisory record with $66bn SunTrust-BB&T merger

    RBC lands advisory record with $66bn SunTrust-BB&T merger

    In December, BB&T said it was eliminating its Center City Allentown regional headquarters as well as positions held by Scott V. BB&T shareholders will own about 57 percent and SunTrust shareholders will own about 43 percent of the business.
    Ex-Lions captain Strauss urges Scotland to match England's physicality versus Ireland

    Ex-Lions captain Strauss urges Scotland to match England's physicality versus Ireland

    They might have to change their tactics if they end up chasing the game because we're far enough ahead. They're really smart around the field and we have to be like that, too'.