Well, 2019 has already got a treat for Ariana Grande. The 25-year-old won her very first Grammy on Sunday for her fourth studio album, Sweetener, and her first response on Twitter was "F*ck."
The Recording Academy announced the singer's best pop vocal album win on its Twitter page, hours before the 2019 Grammy Awards commenced on Sunday. Grande was actually meant to attend and perform at the Grammys, but following a dispute with the show's producers over which songs she would perform, she pulled out and announced she wouldn't even be attending.
Grande addressed the win and her absence in her follow-up tweet, saying, "I know I'm not there tonight (trust, I tried and still truly wished it had worked out tbh) and I know I said I try not to put too much weight into these things .... but f*ck ....... this is wild and beautiful. Thank you so much."
She went on to express her gratitude for Pharrell Williams, her manager, producers, and "every human being at @republicrecords." Of course, she couldn't leave out her dedicated band of "Arianators," thanking them for "being my main source of joy and inspiration always." And of course, Twitter always knows the best way to celebrate any win, Grande retweeted a photo of her as a child, edited to show her carrying a Grammy Award, with a simple "Thank U."
Grande also justified that her not attending the Grammys didn't mean she couldn't dress up like the other stars lighting up the red carpet. The singer went on uploading several photos in her custom Zac Posen would-be Grammys gown, captioning the first post, "When Zac Posen makes you a custom gown it doesn't matter if you're singing or not. Thank you."
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