Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich said the show had multiple conversations with Ariana Grande about possibly performing Sunday, but the singer "felt it was too late for her to pull something together", but Grande accused Ehrlich of lying.
Grande is firing back at the assertion on Twitter calling his statement a lie.
"I know you hear me when I cry "I try to hold it in at night "When you're sleeping next to me "But it's your arms that I need this time".
"I offered 3 different songs", Grande's tweet continued.
An Ariana Grande fan has created some next level "Thank U, Next" album flyers complete with QR code's to stream the record and we're seriously impressed. "& as Ken stated you were never ever confirmed to perform, but yet articles state that you pulled out of the performance (WRONG) ALSO, knowing there was no agreement to perform, [Ariana is] in all the ads for the show, that's exploitive!"
Ariana Grande hits back at Grammys producer, explains why she won't be performing
Ariana Grande just can't seem to catch a break.after getting "bbq grill" tattooed on her hand, the singer is now being SUED over her god is a woman music video. About feeling supported. About art and honesty.
Ariana had apologised to fans for the slight delay and wrote on Twitter: 'i'm sorry my posts were late. scooter allison my mom and wendy made speeches and i cant stop crying.
Ariana Grande at the 2016 Grammy Awards. Ironically the Barbadian beauty was slated to sing "Kiss It Better", but after catching a bout of bronchitis was told she risked hemorrhaging her vocal chords... despite "killing it" in rehearsals the day before.
"Hope that helps everyone understand my decision", she tweeted.
Ariana's fifth album, "Thank U, Next", arrives just six months after her last project "Sweetener". As has been reported, there were some things that, you know, "7 Rings" is a new song.
The new strategy avoids that problem; songs go to radio when they are still "fresh" and capable of posting big sales and streaming numbers.
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