Ariana Grande No Longer Attending Grammys 2019 After Disagreement with Producers

Ariana Grande No Longer Attending Grammys 2019 After Disagreement with Producers

Ariana Grande No Longer Attending Grammys 2019 After Disagreement with Producers

Sources have reportedly revealed that singer Ariana Grande will neither be performing at the show, nor even attending it.

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!

A compromise was said to have been reached, with the producers conceding, saying she could perform "7 Rings" but only as part of a medley, and the second song would be chosen by them.

Variety alleges that "such stipulations were not imposed on other performers at the show".

Lady Gaga is expected to perform at the ceremony, where her hit song Shallow, from the film A Star Is Born, is up for record and song of the year, best pop duo / group performance with Mark Ronson and best song written for visual media.

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Now, in addition to not performing at the show, Grande will reportedly not even be attending, despite the fact that her image is being used to promote the ceremony on billboards around Los Angeles.

When people inevitably decry how irrelevant the Grammys have become, please direct them to exhibit A: an Ariana Grande no-show.

ET Canada have reached out to Grande's rep and a Grammys spokesperson for comment.

Meanwhile, Taylor, who is also nominated in the Best Pop Vocal Album category, is also thought to be giving the Grammys a miss. 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.

"7 Rings" was played a record breaking 15 million times in its first 24 hours on Spotify and follows global smash "Thank U, Next" that everyone is probably still humming along to in their sleep.

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