Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Culture | By Glenn Strickland

Ariana Grande makes iTunes history, after a slight delay

Ariana Grande makes iTunes history, after a slight delay

"Feeling badly because he can tell he can't compare...and how I should be ghosting him".

While Jenny from the block is a talented artist in her own right, she doesn't accurately represent Motown. "I hope the show is exactly what you want it to be and more".

Ariana Grande claims she pulled out of performing at the Grammy awards because her creativity and self-expression was stifled by the producers.

Grammy producers initially rejected Grande's choice to perform her new single "7 Rings", then later agreed on the condition they chose her second song, according to the source.

Shortly after AP published the interview on Thursday, Grande took to social media to present her side of the story.

We'll be curious to see if the Grammys respond to Grande's comments, but if we've learned one thing here it's that Grande isn't afraid to clap back- especially when her integrity comes in to play! An insider says the rapper declined to allow his likeness to be used in such a matter, "why aren't female artists offered the same courtesy?"

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But Ariana Grande took a quick breather on Saturday, when the 25-year-old stopped to pet a fan's dog in West Hollywood.

Arriving less than six months after Sweetener, Thank U, Next could have felt hurried, a dashed-off cash-in to secure Grande's status as the world's biggest pop star.

Some of these perceived biases have been percolating for some time but especially in the past year following remarks last January by Recording Academy president Neil Portnow that women need to "step up" to gain more recognition at music events like Grammys.

Fans also believe the album's final track, "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored", will hit ahead of the album's actual release - a theory supported by a visual teaser Grande tweeted shortly after her Grammys statements. I love y'all. I hope u enjoy this album.

We wouldn't expect anything less from Grande - her last album literally had a song called Pete Davidson. However, Variety reported the singer felt "insulted" after producers refused to let her perform certain songs.

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