No Show! Ariana Grande Won't Attend The 2019 Grammys After Fight With Producers

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Feb. 7 2019, Updated 5:32 p.m. ET

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Ariana Grande did not see eye-to-eye with producers about her 2019 Grammys performance. The singer reportedly got upset over her latest hit "7 Rings" and pulled the plug on her performance and her appearance at the show, where she's up for two awards.

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According to HITS, Ariana, 25, was mad when producers told her she couldn't perform "7 Rings."

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Variety says they eventually agreed she could include it in her medley, if they selected the next song. That's when the singer said "Thank U, Next" and decided she is not even attending.

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Her two nominations (Best Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album) are for the hits off her album Sweetener, not for the singles off Thank U, Next, which drops Friday — two days before the awards show. “7 Rings” is on the latter album.

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A source close to the singer told Variety she felt "insulted" when they wouldn't let her include "7 Rings."

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The Recording Academy featured Ariana in billboards promoting the February 10 awards show.

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