Ariana Grande is saying "thank you, next" to the 2019 Grammy Awards- and she's making sure everyone knows why she won't be showing up! "I can pull together a performance over night and you know that, Ken", tweeted Grande. Ariana has previously explained that the track is about "feeling badly for the person you're with bc you love somebody else. feeling badly bc he can tell he can't compare. and how i should be ghosting him".
"I offered 3 different songs", she wrote.
"The fact of the matter is, we continue to have a problem in the hip-hop world", the longtime producer of the show said. Her attention is suddenly grabbed by a handsome man (played by Riverdale star Charles Melton) who walks in with his girlfriend (played by model Ariel Yasmine), rocking a black ponytail that looks a lot like the one Ariana is famous for.
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In addition to being nominated for the Best Pop Solo Performance ("God Is a Woman") and Best Pop Vocal Album (Sweetener) Grammys, the Recording Academy used Grande's photo to promote the broadcast on billboards throughout Los Angeles.
"It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported".
Other samples Grande includes are "The Sound of Music" song "My Favorite Things" appearing in "7 Rings" and 'NSYNC's "It Makes Me Ill" on "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored". 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.
Another follow-up tweet saw the singer admit that she was writing the tweets as her face on a Grammys bus advertisement passed her. "Hope that helps everyone understand my decision. i am still grateful for the acknowledgement this year", she continued. Ehrlich told the New York Times that Drake, Kendrick Lamar and Childish Gambino all turned down offers to perform this year.