Grammy producer says Ariana Grande’s tweets were "a surprise"

Grammy producer says Ariana Grande’s tweets were

Davidson and Grande have been gradually covering up their joint tattoos since their breakup late previous year, with much of Grande's Thank U, Next album thought to be in reference to the split.

Producer Ken Ehrlich in an interview said "Ariana felt it was too late for her to pull something together" for the show.

"I know I'm not there tonight, " she tweeted. The 25-year-old has also been entertaining people with her recent Twitter antics.

The photo features the singer's daughter holding a homemade Grammy award.

The "thank u, next" hitmaker angrily tweeted ― then deleted ― choice words for the award show after it snubbed her late ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, in the Best Rap Album category.

Ariana also tweeted and deleted "literal bulls-t" a minute later.

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"I saw those tweets and what she said".

While that might be good news for her fans, supporters of Mac Miller weren't happy, including his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande.

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It turned out to be a major night for Ari after Sweetener won the gong for Best Pop Vocal album. Grande responded, "I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying about me".

In her tweets, the singer revealed how upset she was over the fact that Mac Miller's family was invited to attend the ceremony on his behalf and the rapper was not even recognized for his music. "@RecordingAcademy", in which Grande replied, "This. this is what i meant. karen was gonna have a green suit made". But after the "Thank U, Next" singer shared an adorable throwback of young Ari with her attractive curly hair, fans started asking when they would see her rock the look again.