Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich is now getting slammed by Ariana Grande.
Several days in the past, inside sources Ariana Grande had pulled out of the Grammy Awards.
Grammy producers had apparently ‘insulted’ the pop star, telling her she couldn’t carry out ‘7 Rings’ simply days earlier than the occasion. Then, after expressing their willingness to have Grande carry out the tune as a part of a medley, they imposed a brand new situation. Producers, not Grande, would select her second efficiency.
Grammy producers hadn’t beforehand imposed this rule on performers. Only on Grande.
The Recording Academy has beforehand used Grande to advertise the present. She obtained nominations this yr for Best Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album.
Addressing the story, the Grammy Awards added a brand new twist to the story to save lots of face.
Speaking with the Associated Press, present producer Ken Ehrlich pinned the blame solely on Grande.
“As it turned out once we lastly obtained the purpose the place we thought possibly it will work, she felt it was too late for her to tug one thing collectively for positive.
“And it’s too unhealthy. She’s an ideal artist. And I’d like to get her within the present this yr.”
The transfer solely served to infuriate the pop singer much more.
Now, she’s spoken out towards the Grammys.
Maybe it’s not such a good suggestion to insult your marquee artists earlier than the Grammy Awards.
On Twitter, Grande lashed out at Ehrlich.
Flat-out calling him a liar, she wrote,
“I’ve stored my mouth shut, however now you’re mendacity about me. I can pull collectively a efficiency in a single day and you understand that, Ken.”
She additionally confirmed earlier studies that the Grammys had seemingly suppressed her efficiency.
“It was when my creativity & self-expression was stifled by you that I made a decision to not attend. I hope the present is precisely what you need it to be and extra.”
Adding she supplied producers three totally different songs, Grande continued,
“It’s about collaboration. It’s about feeling supported. It’s about artwork and honesty, not politics. Not doing favors or enjoying video games.
“It’s only a sport y’all.. and I’m sorry, however that’s not what music is to me.”
Ehrlich has declined to touch upon Grande’s tweet.