Ariana Grande accuses Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich of 'lying about me'

Posted February 08, 2019

I can pull together a performance over night and you know that, Ken, ' she wrote on Twitter at the start of a series of tweets.

Ariana Grande has been known to be a bit of a diva but ya know who tops her divaness? In fact, she might not even attend. She followed that with "Imagine" and "7 Rings", the latter of which broke Spotify's record for most plays within a 24-hour period.

The entertainment website reported that the 25-year-old singer felt "insulted" when the show's producers refused to let her perform her newest single "7 Rings".

The pop star has been nominated for two awards at the Grammys. But while Grande's music industry peers "find themselves victim to changing tastes and trends", she has found success.

Ahead of the show, Grande's performance was heavily advertised as one of the highlights of the ceremony, which is not known for high ratings. The singles from the album, "No Tears Left to Cry" and "God Is a Woman" were dropped throughout the spring and summer, during a time in which Grande was constantly in the new for her relationship with Davidson. The anonymous source told Variety that Grande insisted on performing the song, and producers eventually agreed, but only if they could choose the second song she would perform.

Ariana Grande just said "thank u, next" to the Grammys.

According to Variety, the 25 year old pop star, who was scheduled to perform at the February 10 show reportedly had a disagreement with Grammy producers over what songs she would perform during the show.

A source told HL, "Ariana is excited, happy and determined to go on with her Coachella performance after her Grammys cancelation".