Ariana Grande Wins Grammy But Isn’t There To Accept It

Grammy producer says Ariana Grande’s tweets were “a surprise”

Grammy producer says Ariana Grande’s tweets were “a surprise”

Ariana is nominated for two awards at the prestigious music event - Best Pop Vocal Performance for God Is a Woman and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener. She also took to Instagram to share the news with her fans.

The 25-year-old singer was not at the show after she had a dispute with the producers and she watched from home.

She went on to thank those who helped her with her album.

Earlier this week, Ariana Grande took to Twitter to publicly refute claims made by Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich about her pulling out of her performance at the ceremony.

After retweeting the Recording Academy's official message announcing her achievement, Ariana dropped an F-bomb and an emoji that looked like it was getting ready to cry.

"This is wild and lovely", she wrote.

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Grande said on the show that she had recorded another version of the song, which ended up being the first No. 1 on the Billboard charts of her career, without the names before deciding to release the other version.

Ehrlich said he never spoke to Grande directly but worked with her management, adding that he usually does "not have this happen".

Grande and her fourth studio album beat out Camila Cabello's "Camila", Kelly Clarkson's "Meaning of Life", Shawn Mendes' "Shawn Mendes", P!nk's "Beautiful Trauma" and Taylor Swift's "Reputation". "It's like I'm the universe and you be N-A-S-A", Grande sings.

"I think it's kind of rad that I just lost my 20th Grammy nomination", the singer tweeted on Sunday night. I hope the show is exactly what you want it to be and more'.

The chart-topper released her fifth album Thank U, Next before lashing out at producer Ken Ehrlich after he told USA media the 25-year-old Ariana Grande "felt it was too late for her to pull something together".

This is Grande's first Grammy.

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