Please Help, I Liked Ariana Grande's New Album Way Too Much

Please Help, I Liked Ariana Grande's New Album Way Too Much

But Ari was not having it and accused Ehrlich of lying.

Pop star Ariana Grande posted a statements about Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich on Twitter.

And now, 66-year-old television personality Sharon has heaped praise on the "God Is A Woman" hitmaker for "standing up to those antiquated old farts". Especially after the pains Ariana Grande went through in her personal life, with the split from Pete Davidson and ex-boyfriend Mac Miller dying; everyone was glad to see that singer found a way to heal.

The album comes after the "Thank U, Next" singer cancelled her performance at Sunday's Grammy awards in California in America. It was when my creativity and self expression was stifled by you, that I decided not to attend. "It's about art and honesty", Ariana said. The rapper and Grande had ended their relationship a few months prior to his death, but the singer kept talking about him lovingly after the breakup.

Along with the release of her latest album, Thank U, Next, Ariana Grande published a new music video for her next single, "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored", and the ending shocked many fans. She's a great artist. Not politics. Not doing favours or playing games. She has revealed the reason of why she's not performing at Grammy ceremony.

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Grande has previously shown her love for the cosmos, expressing her love of Jupiter and Neptune on Twitter and wearing NASA's iconic meatball logo on clothing, and now she's back.

When I first learned a track would be named after the space agency, which Grande loves to follow on social media, I wondered if it'd quite literally be a jam about outer space or simply a cleverly titled song about space between people.

Here's everything you need to know about Thank U, Next.

On paper, it's everything I dislike about modern pop music-cloying lyrics about exes accompanied by a grating, sing-song-y refrain, all wrapped up in the "nice girl with a bad side" package that every major pop star seems to be pushing these past few years.

There's also one lyric that's got fans convinced it's about Pete: "Yeah, look at you, boy, I invented you // Your Gucci tennis shoes, runnin' from your issues".

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