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Ariana Grande to skip Grammys following disagreement with producers

08 February 2019

Ariana Grande could very well win her first Grammy on Sunday... but she won't be there to collect it!

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It's after a disagreement with show producers who wouldn't allow her perform 7 Rings. Her hit single, "Thank U, Next" saw the artist mentioning her four best-known exes by name, most notably Saturday Night Live actor Pete Davidson, to whom she was briefly engaged, and Mac Miller, who tragically passed away in 2018 not long after their breakup.

Grande's absence from the awards would be a noticeable one, as the pop star has been at the forefront of public consciousness for much of the past year due to multiple personal events as well as a new level of professional success.

The same thing happened with Lorde at last years Grammys. I am still grateful for the acknowledgement this year'.

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In addition, her personal life has also taken center stage.

A compromise was reached whereby "7 Rings" would be part of a medley, but Grande pulled out after producers insisted that the second song be of their choosing. Officially released on August 17, the record sold an impressive 231,000 "equivalent sales units" in its first week, as reported by Nielsen Music (via Billboard), which represented a major jump from her third record, 2016's Dangerous Woman, which debuted at No. 2, selling just 175,000 units.

The pop sensation was apparently left "insulted" after producers of the GRAMMYs wouldn't let her perform her most recent single, "7 rings". On Friday, she'll release her new album thank u, next.

A source told HL, "Ariana is excited, happy and determined to go on with her Coachella performance after her Grammys cancelation".

Ariana Grande to skip Grammys following disagreement with producers