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Ariana Grande Calls ‘Bulls**t’ As Mac Miller Loses To Cardi B At 2019 Grammys

Five months after he died of an accidental overdose, Mac Miller lost his 2019 Grammy Award to Cardi B, and ex Ariana Grande was not happy. “F**k” tweeted the diva after the winner was announced. “Trash,” she wrote. Fans quickly took Grande’s remark as shade towards Cardi B. PHOTOS: Ariana...

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Cardi B Is 'Sharing This Grammy' with Mac Miller After Ariana Grande Airs Frustration He Lost

Cardi B thanked Mac Miller after she took home the Grammy for best rap album during Sunday night’s ceremony. Miller, who died five months ago from an accidental overdose at the age of 26, was nominated in the same category for his fifth and final studio album, Swimming, which lost to Cardi’s...

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Ariana Grande Blasts Cardi B's Grammy Win - Calls It 'Bullsh*t'!!

Ariana Grande went bonkers when she learned that Cardi B won the Grammy, for Best Rap Album last night. Ariana, who is close friends with Nicki Minaj, flew into a rant of protest when they announced that Cardi won the award that had eluded Nicki for her entire career. Cardi's album also beat out ...

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Ariana Grande gana su primer Grammy in absentia

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ariana Grande ganó su primer Grammy el domingo, pero no estuvo ahí para recibirlo. La cantante decidió faltar a la ceremonia tras una pelea pública con el productor del espectáculo.

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Pink's Kids Gave Her An Adorable Homemade Grammy After Loss To Ariana Grande

The singer's children, Willow and Jameson, gave her the tinfoil Grammy on Sunday night.

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Pink's Kids Gave Her An Adorable Homemade Grammy After Loss To Ariana Grande

The singer's children, Willow and Jameson, gave her the tinfoil Grammy on Sunday night.

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Ariana Grande appeared to shade Cardi B after Grammy win, apologizes

Ariana Grande may have stayed out of the Grammys fray for most of the night, but she apparently couldn't hold back a few angry tweets.         

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The singer didn't collect it after deciding to skip the ceremony following a public dispute with the show's producer.

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With just 12 tracks, “Thank U, Next” leaves little room for error. The post Ariana Grande reveals dark side on ‘Thank U, Next’ appeared first on Daily Trojan.

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With just 12 tracks, “Thank U, Next” leaves little room for error. The post Ariana Grande reveals dark side on ‘Thank U, Next’ appeared first on Daily Trojan.

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Ariana Grande Celebrates Grammy Win From Bed While Snuggling With Her Dog

Ariana Grande chose to stay home on Sunday night (Feb. 1) and skip out on the 61st annual Grammy Awards. But she still dressed up and gave a...

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A high-energy Grammys show fixed one big problem, created new ones

The Recording Academy has heard the criticism. They have taken action. 2018 brought a very dude-ish Grammys ceremony and a very dumb-ish comment by Academy president Neil Portnow about how female artists had to “step up.” This year, at the 61st annual Grammy Awards, there were women, nay,...

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The Grammy Awards included some of the fiercest competition in years on Sunday, and luckily countless deserving artists took home trophies. Lady Gaga, Cardi B, and Kacey Musgraves all hit the stage not only to perform but also to accept big wins in their categories. Musicians like Childish Gambino...

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Pink may not have won a Grammy this year, but she did win the award for having the cutest, most thoughtful kids ever. The 39-year-old singer's Beautiful Trauma was nominated for best pop vocal album, but she ultimately lost to Ariana Grande, whose Sweetener nabbed the prize. Pink, who wasn't in...

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Ariana Grande appeared to shade Cardi B after Grammy win, apologizes

Ariana Grande may have stayed out of the Grammys fray for most of the night, but she apparently couldn't hold back a few angry tweets.        

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