Ariana Grande Is Feeling Bittersweet After Winning A Grammy

Ariana Grande Is Feeling Bittersweet After Winning A Grammy

Ariana Grande Is Feeling Bittersweet After Winning A Grammy

Ariana Grande, who this week publicly clashed with a Grammys producer, has won her first Grammy Award. The 25-year-old caught wind of the comments Grammys executive producer, Ken Ehrlich made and called him a liar via Twitter.

"I know I'm not there tonight", she tweeted. "I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying about me", Grande said in a tweet, going on to explain that she felt her "creativity and self-expression was stifled". With public favor on her side, Ken Erlich reached out to Rolling Stone magazine for a chance at a rebuttal. You can ask Christina Aguilera, who I asked to do "It's a Man's World" for James Brown.

After a disagreement on what songs she could perform with Grammy producers, Grande pulled out less than a week ago. In the interview with the Zach Sang Show, released on Saturday, she said that Sean and Alvarez both loved the song, while also hinting she might not be in contact with Davidson anymore, as E! From Grande's interview, it sounds like she and Davidson no longer talk, as she noted: "Everyone that I am still in touch with has been very supportive of it".

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But she was passed over in the top Grammy categories of Album, Record and Song of the Year - though her smash hit "Thank U, Next", the title song off her new album, dropped after this year's nomination deadline. You can ask Ricky Martin who overnight became the creator of the Latin music revolution. "I don't say to people, 'This is what you should do.' I approach it casually and say, hey, this might be a good idea, let's find something in the middle".

But an over-eager fan who just wanted to know if there are any truths to the dating rumours asked: 'Is that a painting of Pete Davidson?'

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