Due to a disagreement with Grammy producers, Ariana Grande, who is up for two Grammy’s on the night and has been featured on billboards promoting the show all over Los Angeles will not only won’t be performing at the show (Feb. 10), she won’t even be attending it at all! Grande reportedly wanted to perform her latest single, “7 Rings,” but an insider told Variety they initially balked at that. Ultimately, the insider said producers backed down saying she could perform it as part of a medley, but they insisted the other part of the medley be their choice. According to Variety, Grande felt “insulted” by these demands, which were purportedly not placed on other artists, and ultimately decided that she’d rather not attend the ceremony at all. With this development, the Grammy’s find themselves not only without a twice-nominated artist whom they have been using to promote the show, but also without one of the most vital artists of the moment. Considering “7 Rings” just broke Spotify’s record for most streams in its first 24 hours, it’s hard to argue this as a bad choice for her to perform on the live show. Grande also likely wants to use the platform to promote her new album “Thank U, Next,” featuring that track. That album drops Friday, two days before the Grammy’s ceremony. Grande has been uncharacteristically quiet about this reported development on social media, so it’s at least possible that the decision is not final and something can be worked out or at least fans seem to be hoping.