Ariana Grande is reportedly pulling the plug on her performance due to a disagreement with the event's producers.
According to Variety Ariana felt "insulted" after producers initially refused to allow her to perform her new blinged out single, 7 Rings. While it's not been confirmed, it's thought that the singer may instead attend the BAFTA Awards in London, which are also taking place on Sunday night, to support her boyfriend, The Favourite star Joe Alwyn.
Now, in addition to not performing at the show, Grande will reportedly not even be attending, despite the fact that her image is being used to promote the ceremony on billboards around Los Angeles.
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Grande has been uncharacteristically quiet about this reported development on social media, so it's at least possible that the decision is not final and something can be worked out.
A Grande no-show isn't exactly good business for the Grammys as she's now the reigning queen of the Billboard charts with the number one song in the country, "7 Rings" with "thank u, next" trailing not too far behind.
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Meanwhile, Taylor, who is also nominated in the Best Pop Vocal Album category, is also thought to be giving the Grammys a miss.
With our without Ariana Grande, the 61st Annual Grammy Awards air at 8 p.m. ET on CBS this Sunday.
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