Ariana Grande accuses Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich of 'lying about me'


The Grammys did not immediately respond for comment on whether Grande would be performing Sunday.

The Grammy Awards will air live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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She then gave an insight into why her performance will not ahead.

Ariana Grande will not perform at, or even attend, this year's Grammy Awards ceremony.

Grande is far from a new face on the scene, but this a year ago has been an especially prominent one for her. I am still grateful for the acknowledgement this year'. But while Grande's music industry peers "find themselves victim to changing tastes and trends", she has found success.

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The pop star apparently meant to showcase her new single, "7 Rings", but reportedly felt "insulted" when producers refused to let her play the song and later suggested she include the track in a medley instead.

Despite these creative obstacles, Ariana has made a decision to not let her fans bear the brunt of this.

In the summer of 2018, Grande treated fans to her fourth full-length album, Sweetener, and earned herself her third No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.

With album Thank U, Next set to drop just two days after the show, a performance in front of millions could have been a nice way to advertise her new music.

In a new interview with the Associated Press, Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich said that they had "multiple conversations" with Grande about performing but that Grande "felt it was too late for her to pull something together".

She's been nominated for Best Pop Vocal Performance for God Is A Woman and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener.