Ariana Grande Says Grammys Producer Is ‘Lying’ About Her Cancelled Performance

You would suppose that the Grammys would know higher than to get on the incorrect facet somebody who wrote an entire album about how she’ll be fine without you. The Associated Press published an interview as we speak with Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich by which he claimed that talks with Grande to carry out on the present fell through after she dropped out as a result of she “felt it was too late for her to drag one thing collectively.” Grande determined to hit again on Twitter and clarify that the truth is, she may be very ready, she can pull collectively one thing rapidly, and the music awards present simply didn’t wish to work with the songs she fered. “i’ve saved my mouth shut however now you’re mendacity about me,” Grande tweeted in trademark, vicious all lower-case. “i can pull collectively a efficiency over night time and you recognize that, Ken. it was when my creativity & self expression was stifled by you, that i made a decision to not attend. i hope the present is strictly what you need it to be and extra.” To be honest, that is somebody who launched two albums in below six months, so she ought to know one thing about working rapidly.

Grande added that she fered “three totally different songs” to carry out throughout the ceremony, none which apparently went over with the awards present planners. According to Variety’s report, Grande, who’s nominated for “God Is a Woman” and Sweetener, needed to carry out “7 Rings” in full, however was advised she’d should do a medley  and that the Grammys would get to choose her second track. In response, Grande stated she would skip the present completely. She adopted up her preliminary tweets by noting that “handed a Grammy’s bus with my face on it typing these” and that she “hope that helps everybody perceive my choice. i’m nonetheless grateful for the acknowledgement this 12 months. 🖤 four:” Then, Grande easily pivoted again to selling Thank U, Next, which drops at midnight.