AceShowbiz - Ariana Grande oozed princess-y vibes on the red carpet of the 2020 Grammy Awards, but that didn't stop her from talking like a thug. The 26-year-old singer/actress got parts of her interview on the red carpet censored as she accidentally cursed, not once, but twice during a live coverage.
Asked how she felt about scoring a major nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album for her latest effort "Sweetener", the "Thank U, Next" hitmaker said, "It's an honor. It's insane." She added, "We didn't even mean to make this album. It just kind of happened because my friends and I were trying to help ourselves out of a very trying ... and very horrible time and it was kind of an accident."
Speaking of accident, she then accidentally dropped some swearing words and got bleeped out. Realizing the slip-up, she gasped as she put her hand on her mouth and said, "I'm not allowed to say that. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry."
But Ariana's attempt to fix the snafu only doubled the mistake as she appeared to cuss again and got bleeped out. She seemed to be surprised of herself, closing her mouth with one hand while lifting her other hand which held the mic.
Keltie Knight, the host red carpet correspondent, saved the day as she swiftly changed the topic to talk about Ariana's dress at the event. The "Victorious" alum arrived in a gray tulle dress by Giambattista Valli with a voluminous skirt, before changing into a different-but-similar silver number.
She completed her look with matching evening gloves and her long blonde hair was styled in her iconic ponytail, evoking Cinderella energy.
Besides attending the ceremony as a nominee, Ariana was tapped to perform at the Sunday, January 26 event. She belted "Imagine" before transitioning into "My Favorite Things". The singer, who started off by wearing a black gown, took off her dress to reveal a lingerie look and moved into a pink bedroom set with her dancers to close out her performance with a rendition of "Thank U, Next".