Ariana Grande Says Grammys Producer Is Lying About Why She's Not Performing

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In the clip, which she's been teasing for the last 24 hours, Grande faces off against her double at the club and at a party, and her double is dating Riverdale's Charles Melton.

"I can pull a performance overnight and you know that, Ken". According to reports she was the only artist nominated for the highest honor of Album Of The Year (for "Melodrama") who did NOT get invited to perform solo... despite also being the only female artist on the shortlist.

The hardest working woman in pop music is back with a new album, and she's brought a Drag Race queen along for the ride.

The pop star's new record arrived just 6 months after the release of her record, Sweetener, but fans are more than ready to welcome a new era or Ari! About feeling supported. About art and honesty. The chorus of the song goes "I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again/ Over him/ I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again/ Instead of ghostin' him".

On Tuesday, Variety reported that Grande felt "insulted" after producers initially refused to allow her to perform her latest single, "7 Rings", from her upcoming album, "Thank U, Next".

"Any f**king way", Grande concluded her Twitter rant.

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"We never got that far with her, and it's too bad", he continues. She also drops the line: "It's like I'm the universe and you'll be N-A-S-A". I love y'all. I hope u enjoy this album.

"I'm sorry my posts were late", Grande tweeted. She has revealed the reason of why she's not performing at Grammy ceremony.

"I offered 3 different songs", she wrote.

Yet, there's still a refreshing acknowledgement of less self-assured moments, and Grande refuses to ever paint these instances as weakness. She had a great album.

Ariana then took to Twitter to respond to the statement.

The Grammys will be held on Sunday 10 February in Los Angeles and will be hosted by Alicia Keys.

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