Ariana Grande, A No-Show, Wins First Ever Grammy Award

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"I will say this, and they don't want me to say it but I'm going to say it: The thing that probably bothered me more than whatever else she said about me is when she said I'm not collaborative".

The pop star picked up the Best Pop Vocal Album Grammy Award on Sunday night for her fourth studio album, "Sweetener", days after a reported clash with producers over a scrapped performance.

"I know I'm not there tonight", she tweeted. In response, Grande said that the producer was "lying", and that she can "pull together a performance over night".

After a disagreement on what songs she could perform with Grammy producers, Grande pulled out less than a week ago. "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", he said. I basically worked with her to mold it. It was her weekend anyway, as her fifth album, Thank U, Next, dropped and dominated large swaths of social discourse.

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

Grande has previously shown her love for the cosmos, expressing her love of Jupiter and Neptune on Twitter and wearing NASA's iconic meatball logo on clothing, and now she's back.

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?'

Making matters even more tense, Grande's image is being used in billboards and advertising for the Grammy Awards which, according to sources, has angered the singer's team who feel she is being used to promote the show with no commitment to actually participate.

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