Ariana Grande's Grammys dispute rages on as show producer claps back

Ariana Grande's Grammys dispute rages on as show producer claps back

Ariana Grande season is well and truly in full swing.

Ariana Grande appeared to react with anger and disappointment when Cardi B's "Invasion of Privacy" won best rap album at the Grammys on Sunday. Ariana Grande, whose late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller was posthumously up for the award for his album, Swimming, posted two very strongly worded tweets as soon as Cardi was announced - and then immediately deleted them.

The 25-year-old comedian sat down for some inkwork with Jon Mesa, only to reveal that a matching "mille tendresse" tattoo has been covered with the word "cursed" in bold block lettering.

The fact of the matter is - and I actually wrote a little thing in the middle of the night that I'm not going to do anything about, but, I mean. On Saturday, tattoo artist Jon Mesa took to Instagram to show off the new ink that he did on Davidson's back.

Ariana Grande Reacts to First Grammy Win After Snubbing the Show
She also tweeted "f**k" right before her "trash" comment and followed with a third tweet saying "literal bulls**t". She thanked him in her acceptance speech, as well as their seven-month-old daughter, Kulture.

Check out Ariana's natural hair below.

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It all started when a news story about Ariana being hit by a puck at an ice hockey match at the age of five went viral. We will celebrate her nominations. "I don't say to people, 'This is what you should do.' I approach it casually and say, hey, this might be a good idea, let's find something in the middle".

Ariana Grande's hit "Thank U, Next" was nearly a very different song. Amazing. Then when a fan asked if she still has her curls, she replied: "they gotta grow first! that blonde past year. tarnished". Not only that but Ari shared a video to prove it.

Pete has since been spotted holding hands with Kate Beckinsale in Los Angeles while Ariana released an album seemingly dedicated to her life without Davidson titled, Thank U, Next. Are you a fan?

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