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Diva Ariana Grande Bails On Grammys After Heated Fight With Producers

Ariana Grande Not Attending Grammys Fight Producers
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Feb. 6 2019, Updated 12:50 p.m. ET

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Ariana Grande is saying "thank u, next" to the 2019 Grammys.

According to reports, the singing diva got into a heated fight with producers while planning out her performance, and now, she's refused to even attend!

The awards show organizers have been promoting Grande's performance all over Los Angeles, but after getting into a spat with her over her song choice, they'll have to find a replacement before February 10!

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A source close to the situation told Variety that Grande felt "insulted" after producers initially rejected her decision to perform "7 Rings," her latest hit single. readers know her album "Thank U, Next" drops this Friday, February 8, and it's unlikely Grande, 25, will have any trouble rising to the top of the charts.

According to the outlet, producers eventually compromised with the talented beauty and agreed to let her perform a medley of her songs, including "7 Rings." However, they also said they'd have to have the final say on her second song.

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Apparently, that wasn't good enough for Grande, as she quickly turned down the producers' offer and completely pulled out of the show. The source told Variety that other performers are not given such strict guidelines, so Grande was not happy.

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