First, Grande, 25, shared a screenshot of an Associated Press story in which Ehrlich said Grande, after a month of negotiating, "felt it was too late for her to pull something together" for the show, which is broadcast live Sunday in L.A. "And I'd love to get her in the show this year". She is looking forward to seeing all her fans and delivering an unforgettable performance.
After having an alleged argument with the award show's producers over which songs she would perform, the Sweetener songstress not only backed out of performing at the upcoming show, she's not even GOING to it!
Grande is far from a new face on the scene, but this a year ago has been an especially prominent one for her.
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The insider said that Grande was "insulted" after producers refused to let her perform the song, though they later relented and said she could sing it as part of a medley.
But sources told the news outlet that the Grammy producers did not agree with Ariana's choice to perform her latest single, 7 Rings, which, obviously, rubbed Grande the wrong way! But while Grande's music industry peers "find themselves victim to changing tastes and trends", she has found success.
A source told HL, "Ariana is excited, happy and determined to go on with her Coachella performance after her Grammys cancelation". Just two days before the Grammys, Ariana is all set to release her brand new single from the "Thank U, Next" album.