Ariana Grande not performing at The Grammys 2019

Ariana Grande not performing at The Grammys 2019

According to Variety, Ariana Grande has made a decision to boycott the Grammys due to a disagreement over the song selection of a medley performance supposed to take place during the gala.

However, Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich later insisted that it's not possible to host everyone on their own, even though the "Royals" singer - who still attended the ceremony - had a "great record" in "Melodrama".

The "Thank U, Next" hitmaker is nominated for Best Pop Vocal Performance for "God Is a Woman" and Best Pop Vocal Album for "Sweetener". Last year, the Recording Academy declined to let Lorde perform a particular song of her choosing, which didn't bode well for her participation.

Reps for the Grammy producers did not yet respond to Variety's request for comment at this time.

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Ariana was all set to perform but then had a disagreement with the show's producers over which songs she would perform.

The pop star has been nominated for two awards at the Grammys.

"Sweetener" and the songs "Thank U, Next" and "7 Rings" all smashed Spotify records, with "7 Rings" breaking the streaming service's record for most plays within a 24-hour period with almost 15 million. The song is the second track from her new album "thank u, next" expected to be released February 8 before the awards show.

It's believed the other performers were not treated in the same way. Dolly Parton will also take the stage to perform music from the Dumplin' soundtrack, and Kacey Musgraves, Little Big Town, Maren Morris and Katy Perry will pay tribute to Parton by performing some of her iconic songs.

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