Ariana Grande wins first Grammy ever - but is a no show

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It was her weekend anyway, as her fifth album, Thank U, Next, dropped and dominated large swaths of social discourse.

ET's Keltie Knight caught up with Pink at the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year celebration honoring Dolly Parton at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday, where she revealed that her 7-year-old daughter, Willow Hart, could possibly make an appearance on her next album. After word came out that she was considering not performing at the February 2019 ceremony, fans wondered what would happen if she won any of the two awards she was up for.

"F-", she tweeted, as Cardi B was announced the victor. Shortly after Cardi accepted the award, Grande hopped on Twitter to call the decision "literal bullshit" and "trash".

'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.

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She has since covered up the number with a tribute to her late boyfriend Mac Miller and his dog Myron. Camila Cabello for Camila, Kelly Clarkson for Meaning of Life, Shawn Mendes for Shawn Mendes, Pink for Beautiful Trauma and Taylor Swift for Reputation got beaten by Grande in this category.

Ariana is nominated for two awards at the prestigious music event - Best Pop Vocal Performance for God Is a Woman and Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener. "Trust, I tried and still truly wished it had worked".

This is Grande's first Grammy.

Cardi B has won Best Rap Album at the 2019 Grammys, becoming the first solo female artist to win the award.

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She accessorised her look with white gloves which featured long tassels falling from the garments.

Sadly for the rapper, who died previous year, Cardi B beat him for her album Invasion of Privacy.

It has ben a whirlwind year for the rapper who released her debut album in April last year.

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