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

Ariana Grande has reportedly pulled out of the Grammys after having a disagreement with producers over which song to perform.

According to Variety, the singer made a decision to back out of performing at the event after producers argued with her over which songs she would be able to perform. Ultimately, the insider said producers backed down saying she could perform it as part of a medley, but they insisted the other part of the medley be their choice. The Grammys committee was using her likeness in promotional billboards all across Los Angeles, with tons of marketing devoted to her now-cancelled February 10 performance.

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Scheduled performers during the Grammys include Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Brandi Carlile, H.E.R., Dan + Shay, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Post Malone, Shawn Mendes and Janelle Monáe. 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. They instead offered her a spot during the Tom Petty tribute, which she declined.

The last-minute withdrawal has come so late that billboards are still up around Los Angeles advertising her attendance.

The pop sensation was apparently left "insulted" after producers of the GRAMMYs wouldn't let her perform her most recent single, "7 rings". That album drops Friday, two days before the Grammys ceremony.

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