Grammys Producer Ken Ehrlich Deeply Hurt By Ariana Grande's Pointed Attack

Lewis Collier
February 11, 2019

Some of the biggest news surrounding the 61st Grammy Awards are the artists who aren't performing, including Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino and Ariana Grande.

Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich has admitted he was left shocked when Ariana Grande accused the organisation of "stifling" her creativity.

Grande has repeatedly paid homage to Miller since he died of an accidental overdose in September; she has posted photos and videos of him on Instagram and numerous songs on her new album, released on Friday, appear to be written about him.

She won the best pop vocal album trophy for Sweetner beating Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Pink, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello.

Please perform next year, Ari.

'You can ask Melissa Etheridge, who finished her cancer treatment and I put her out on stage, bald, doing Janis Joplin.

QuickQuotes about the sentence given to Alexandre Bissonnette
The judge said the day of the murders "will forever be written in blood in the history of this city, this province, this country". Bissonnette, who is only 29-years-old, pleaded guilty to the six counts of first-degree murder in March of last year.

"I know I'm not there tonight, " she tweeted. I basically worked with her to mold it.

During the show, Grande also tweeted and quickly deleted criticism of the Grammys after the late Mac Miller - her ex - lost to Cardi B for rap album of the year.

Ariana Grande shows fans her natural, short, curly hair on Twitter. So I'm sharing this Grammy with you, motherf--!

"I have kept my mouth shut, but now you're lying about me".

Ariana Grande's hit "Thank U, Next" was nearly a very different song. Ariana also explained that she actually looks no different now: "if i'm honest. this is still exactly what i look like without lashes and my pony". "In my relationship [with Pete] at the time, things were like up and down and on and off, and so I didn't know what was going to happen and then we got back together, so I had to make a different version of it, and then we broke up again, so we ended up going with that verse". "It's about collaboration. It's about feeling supported", Ariana stressed. It's about art and honesty. It's just a game y'all. and I'm sorry but that's not what music is to me'.

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