According to Variety, the singer made a decision to back out of performing at the event after producers argued with her over which songs she would be able to perform.
Grande apparently meant to perform her new single "7 Rings" at the 61st annual ceremony, which has advertised her appearance far and wide in the weeks leading up to the show, but she felt "insulted" when producers refused to let her play the song, unnamed sources told the outlet.
The insider said that Grande was "insulted" after producers refused to let her perform the song, though they later relented and said she could sing it as part of a medley.
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Sources also claimed that such stipulations were not placed on other artists at the show. In the past two years Grande has experienced two major tragedies - the 2017 bombing outside her concert at the UK's Manchester Arena in which 22 people died, and the drug-overdose death of her former boyfriend Mac Miller last September. However, they reportedly wanted to choose the second song in the medley, which led to Grande pulling out of her performance.
Don't be expecting Ariana Grande at the 2019 Grammy Awards this year.
One South Florida pop singer won't be at the 61st Grammy Awards show Sunday.