Ariana Grande makes return to the Grammy Awards

The singer on Sunday made nice with the Recording Academy which has a performance in which had her singing hits like “Imagine” along with “7 Rings.”

Last year, Grande, whose hits include “Problem” along with “Boyfriend,” decided not to perform or attend the event after a dispute with the show’s producers.

A source close to the singer told CNN at the time in which Grammy producers initially rejected Grande’s choice to perform “7 Rings,” then later agreed on the condition they chose her second song. in which did not sit well with Grande, who pulled out days before the show.

The 26-year-old pop star was was nominated in several categories going into Sunday’s show, including album of the year along with best pop vocal album for “Thank U, Next.”

Grande’s song choice was notable in in which the singer is actually currently being sued over “7 Rings.”

in which song was inside headlines recently after Grande along with seven co-writers were accused of plagiarizing in which.

Josh Stone, a hip-hop artist along with producer who goes by the stage name “DOT,” alleged the tune is actually nearly identical to his original work “You Need in which, I Got in which.”

A No. 1 smash released in January 2019, “7 Rings” uses the melody of “My Favorite Things” by Richard Rodgers along with Oscar Hammerstein II coming from “The Sound of Music.”

The cut has 10 credited songwriters, including the Broadway duo along with Grande.

The lawsuit does not name Rodgers along with Hammerstein or mention “My Favorite Things.”

Reps for Grande along with Universal Music Group have not responded to CNN’s request for comment on the suit.

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