Ariana Grande: Grammys producer is ‘lying about me’

Sheila Mcguire
February 10, 2019

Singer Ariana Grande has rebutted the claims of a Grammys producer and accused him of lying about why she opted out of attending the 2019 award ceremony.

The album comes after the "Thank U, Next" singer cancelled her performance at Sunday's Grammy awards in California in America.

Grande, who released her latest album Thank U, Next earlier on Friday, revealed that she would not be attending the Grammys this year, accusing organiser Ken Ehrlich of stifling her creativity.

Before the album's release, Grande explained the meaning behind the song on Twitter when a fan asked what it was about. "I wish her well, I've worked with her a number of times over the years, and let's hope we see you next year". "I can pull together a performance over night and you know that, Ken", she wrote.

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This album is nothing but genuinely her as she opens up about all the hardships that have come her way. "And one of the songs, she was like, 'I'm still working on the intro for it, don't listen to that part, just listen to the song'".

Ariana posted on social media "I love y'all". Her image had been used in Grammys advertising. So we go into the studio and she's like, 'I want to play some songs from new album.' And I'm like, 'Yaas!

Grande called off her engagement to comedian Pete Davidson in October while her former boyfriend, the rapper Mac Miller, died following a drug overdose in September.

Grande's new album Thank U, Next is due to drop tomorrow. It's a tool pop stars or show producers use to hint at LGBTQ relationships just to get people talking. "It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported".

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In a separate tweet, Grande uploaded a screenshot of Ehrlrich's quote from the AP story to give fans some context.

Ariana Grande has already said "Thank U, Next" to "Sweetener".

Some of these perceived biases have been percolating for some time but especially in the a year ago following remarks last January by Recording Academy president Neil Portnow that women need to "step up" to gain more recognition at music events like Grammys. "I love ya, but you're being an art snob".

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