Space agency grooves to Ariana Grande's new NASA song

Space agency grooves to Ariana Grande's new NASA song

Space agency grooves to Ariana Grande's new NASA song

Ariana Grande has taken to Twitter to push back on comments made by show producer Ken Ehrlich about a planned performance at the 2019 Grammys. She felt "insulted" after producers initially refused to allow her to perform "7 rings", the latest single from her next album.

"Ariana did not appreciate that she did not have complete creative control over her Grammy appearance or the song she would like to sing".

Ariana Grande continued to blast the Grammys over their preference for politics over art, claiming the music artists passionately create is turned into a game.

"It was when my creativity and self expression was stifled by you, that I decided not to attend", she added. "Yeah, I'ma call you over here to numb the pain (Are you done?)/I got a bad idea (Uh-huh)/Forget about it, yeah, forget about him, yeah/Forget about me", the song goes.

And the 25-year-old looked happy to be receiving such positive reports as she was spotted out beaming with joy in Malibu on Thursday night.

"Baby, you do it so well/You been so understanding, you been so good/And I'm puttin" you through more than one ever should/And I'm hating myself "cause you don't want to/Admit that it hurts you".

The performance would have been Grande's first since releasing her new album, Thank U, Next, which drops on Friday.

Then they looked a little closer and realized it was all due to Ariana Grande's new album - not the latest asteroid or Mars news.

The singer is nominated for best Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.

The Grammys will be held on Sunday 10 February in Los Angeles and will be hosted by Alicia Keys.

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