On Sunday night, CBS will be broadcasting the 61st Grammy Awards, but Ariana Grande, one of the biggest pop stars of the day, will not be seen. Yesterday, Variety reported that the singer left the show because they did not agree on which songs to play. She wanted to conjure her new i-rich-bitch-single 7 Rings. The producers refused. Instead, they suggested that she play a medley of different songs, which could include 7 rings. Grande agreed. Then the producers insisted on choosing the second song and they moved out. (And hopefully said, “Thank you, next!”)
Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich spoke about the difficult situation in an interview with The Associated Press. “As it turned out, when we finally got to the point where we thought it might work, she felt it was too late for her to get something together,” he explained. “And it’s too bad, she’s a great artist and I’d love to bring her to the show this year.” According to Grande, this statement is not correct.
On Twitter, quoting a quote from Ehrlich’s interview, Grande commented, “I kept my mouth shut, but now you’re lying to me, I can do a performance overnight and you know that, Ken, it was my creativity & I was suffocated by you I did not want to attend, I hope the show is exactly what you want and more .. “
She added: “I have offered 3 different songs, it’s about cooperation, it’s about feeling supported, it’s about art and honesty, not politics, do no favor or play games, it’s just a game For me music is not like that. “Then she noticed that she” passed by my face on a Grammy’s bus and typed those [tweets]. ” So the Grammys are heavily promoting their presence to attract viewers, but they will not let them play the songs they want? That makes about as much sense as the new tattoo by Ari, translated into “Japanese BBQ Finger”.
The God Is A Woman singer, however, made it clear that she has no grudge. “I hope that helps everyone understand my decision,” she wrote in a follow-up tweet. “I’m still grateful for the recognition this year.” The clock is running, however.
Ariana Grande was nominated for two Grammy Awards this year: Best Pop Solo Performance for God is a Woman and Best Pop Song Album for Sweetener. She would have earned more nominations if the old producers had added some new, new categories, such as Best Unwritten Japanese Tattoo, Best High Ponytail and Best Musical Tribute to the movie “Titanic”. Get in, Grammy producers!