Pop superstar Ariana Grande drops album amid Grammys spat

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

After a disagreement with the Grammys producers over what song she was going to perform, Grande pulled out of the show entirely.

The 7 Rings singer said she is not prepared to engage in "playing games" with organisers, after comments made by Ehrlich in which he claimed Grande could not "pull something together" last-minute for the show. It causes a stir of confusion especially in social media, until last February 7 when the pop superstar finally sets the record straight on Twitter calling Grammy's executive producer Ken Ehrlich's statement as a lie. The drama started after Ehrlich told the Associated Press on Thursday that the songstress supposedly pulled out of the event because she "felt it was too late for her to pull something together for sure". Yet, there's still a refreshing acknowledgement of less self-assured moments, and Grande refuses to ever paint these instances as weakness. "I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying about me", Grande tweeted.

The pop princess's fifth album sees the star sharpen her brand of bubblegum pop with a biting personal edge.

She replied: "my goodness, i don't know how i'm just seeing this but hi and thank u. sending a hug. wanna come over sunday night? i'm having a thing.it's pretty lowkey".

Grande elaborated on what exactly happened, saying she offered three songs for the performance (that were presumably turned down by producers). The chorus of the song goes "I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again/ Over him/ I know that it breaks your heart when I cry again/ Instead of ghostin' him".

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The empowering message of thank u, next garnered a lot of positive attention for Ariana Grande.

Another mom that chimed in to defend Grande was her own mother, Joan.

"It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported", Grande tweeted.

She concluded: "It's about art and honesty". Disregarding the typical pop star timeline, Grande has released this new album just two months after the mega-hit. But I, for one, can't stop thinking about Grande's new ode to space: "NASA".

During her track Thank U, Next, Ari was keen to tell her fanbase that she'd moved on from her boyfriend Pete Davidson with herself and was putting number one first while recovering from their split.

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