Ariana Grande Refutes Grammy Producer’s Explanation For Cancelled Performance

After pulling out of Grammys, THIS is how Ariana Grande plans to make it up to her fans

After pulling out of Grammys, THIS is how Ariana Grande plans to make it up to her fans

Producer Ken Ehrlich told press that she had cancelled as it was "too late for her to pull something together". "And it's too bad" Erlich told the AP. She's a great artist. The heart-wrenching song continues, "Though I wish he were here instead / Don't want that living in your head / He just comes to visit me / When I'm dreaming every now and then (And then)".

Ariana Grande has accused a Grammys producer of lying about her after pulling out of performing at the awards ceremony on Sunday.

With a melancholy lyric about not being able to fake the funk, it's a nice change-up for Grande, taking her into Amy Winehouse territory. He received five years probation and was ordered to stay 50 yards away from her at all times, except public events like The Grammys... at which he could close it to ten. An insider says the rapper declined to allow his likeness to be used in such a matter, "why aren't female artists offered the same courtesy?"

Speculation began earlier this week that the singer had called off her performance at the 61st annual awards show this year, leaving fans in uproar.

The singer is nominated for best pop vocal album for Sweetener and best pop solo performance for God is a Woman, but is now likely not to show up for the ceremony at all. As has been reported, there were some things that, you know, "7 Rings" is a new song.

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Now Grande has taken to Twitter to refute his suggestion.

Ariana posted on social media "I love y'all".

But Grande wrote on Twitter that she "can pull together a performance overnight and you know that, Ken". Grande seemed to confirm that in her tweets on Thursday.

The 25-year-old's most evocative song on her latest record is "Ghostin", which appears to be about mourning her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller while being with her former fiancé Pete Davidson.

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