Why Ariana Grande Skipped the 2023 Grammys

It’s been three years now since Ariana Grande attended the Grammys, and tonight didn’t break her skipping streak. The singer chose not to come to the Los Angeles ceremony, although her absence isn’t all too surprising. Not only does Grande not have any nominations this year, but she’s also been in the U.K., filming Wicked, for months. Grande has kept a lower profile generally while working on the project.

She did recently share a TikTok to remind fans of her singing talent while getting ready to shoot Wicked. (She’s playing Glinda in the film adaptation of the hit musical, which will be broken up into two films.) As she explained in beginning of her TikTok, she’s “literally on set filming two musical movies all day, every day,” hence the reason her pop star career has been a little on pause.

Grande captioned the video, “Wanted to sing you a little something but don’t want to sing anything that is not ‘Ozian’ at the moment 🙂 keeping to my little bubble for now … done with lots of love.”

This content is imported from Tiktok. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.

Grande has had 15 nominations and two Grammy wins in her career, picking up Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Rain on Me” with Lady Gaga at the 2021 ceremony and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener at the 2019 ceremony.

In addition to music and acting, Grande has also been busy running her own makeup line, r.e.m. Beauty. She explained in September 2021 that the name stems from one of her favorite songs she’s ever recorded. “I decided to name it r.e.m. because I feel like that song really encompasses a lot of my favorite parts of my sound sonically,” she said. “And also REM rapid eye movement: focusing on dreams and focusing on the eyes and eyes being kind of like our best way to articulate—better than you can with words sometimes.”

Related Posts

Diпiпg Delight: 40 Eпchaпtiпg aпd Welcomiпg Gardeп Diпiпg Areas

StayiĞ¿g oυtdoors, eĞ¿joy fresh air, sÏ…Ğ¿shiĞ¿e, bright colors of the sυrroÏ…Ğ¿diĞ¿gs, greeĞ¿ery aĞ¿d blooms aĞ¿d eveĞ¿ birds siĞ¿giĞ¿g is amaziĞ¿g, aĞ¿d that’s exactly what we all strive to do iĞ¿…

Read more

The AV-8B Plus Harrier, is a modernized version of the venerable AV-8 Harrier, bringing it up to 4th generation fighter standards.

As early as the late 1960s, Italy had been interested in the Hawker Siddeley Harrier, but was hindered by a 1937 Italian law that prohibited the navy from operating fixed-wing…

Read more

At the World Defense Show 2024, Saudi Arabia presented an 8×8 155mm self-propelled howitzer.

Saudi Arabia seeks to enhance the firepower of its artillery units by acquiring modern artillery systems with improved range, accuracy, and lethality. The Saudi Arabian artillery modernization program emphasizes the…

Read more

The Argentine Army has recently upgraded its armored capabilities with the introduction of the upgraded TAM 2C.

The Tanque Argentino Mediano (TAM) has long been the cornerstone of Argentina’s armored forces. As the landscape of modern warfare continues to evolve, the need for upgrades to the TAM…

Read more

1971 Plymouth Cuda Barn Find Looks Terrible, But Survived A Fire – video

Things are not going well for this 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda Convertible. The owner’s garage caught fire with this muscle car inside. He was able to get this vehicle out, but…

Read more

This 1969 Mustang Boss 302 Was A Dodge Double Agent

Chrysler bought the high-revving Mustang to help it develop its Dodge Challenger T/A and Plymouth AAR Cuda rivals Though some car fans flit from brand to brand, many know what…

Read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *