The troubles in Ariana Grande’s paradise seems to be never-ending. Be it because of her much-dramatised break up with Pete Davidson, her Japanese tattoo fiasco or all the legal tensions. Adding to the list, a report in Variety states that the pop star will neither be performing nor attending the popular Grammys, that is scheduled to take place this Sunday, February 10. Reason being, Ariana’s disagreement with Grammy producers over what song she would be performing.
According to an inside source, Ariana felt ‘insulted’ over the fact that the producers wouldn't let her perform the latest single ‘7 Rings.’ However, the producers were ready to adjust as “a compromise was reached whereby ‘7 Rings’ would be part of a medley,” but only in one condition. The producers further insisted that the second song would be of their choice. This irked an already riled-up Ariana and she decided to give it a miss. The source further revealed that such restrictions weren’t imposed on the other performers that include Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Post Malone and Shawn Mendes.
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In the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, the Break Free singer has been nominated with two honours, that include Best Pop Vocal Performance for God Is a Woman and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener. With Ariana’s ever-growing popularity, we won’t be surprised if the show’s TRP rating witnesses a huge drop.