Ariana Grande Reportedly Withdraws From Grammys After Disagreement Over Song Choices

Ariana Grande Not Attending Grammys After Disagreements With Producers

Ariana Grande No Longer Attending Grammys 2019 After Disagreement with Producers

Ariana Grande has reportedly pulled out of this year's Grammys.

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 medley involving "7 Rings" seemed to be agreed upon until producers wanted to choose the second song, according to Variety. The song is the second track from her new album "thank u, next" expected to be released February 8 before the awards show.

The 26-year-old singer has chose to pull out of the awards show after she had a disagreement with the producers, a source tells Variety.

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One South Florida pop singer won't be at the 61st Grammy Awards show Sunday. The Recording Academy reportedly wouldn't allow Lorde to give a solo performance of a song off her nominated record "Melodrama" at last year's ceremony despite giving a slot to all the male artists up for album of the year.

A source close to the situation stated that these preconditions weren't enforced on any of the other performers - like Cardi B, Shawn Mendes and Miley Cyrus. Opting to shun the BAFTAs, where she is nominated for best leading actress for A Star is Born, Gaga will be taking to the stage at the Grammys to perform her nominated song Shallow, from the Bradley Cooper-directed movie.

Despite Ariana Grande's face being plastered on billboards and buses all over Los Angeles to promote the Grammys, a report from Variety claimed on Feb. 5 that the pop star is neither attending nor performing at the award show this Sunday, Feb. 10.

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