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Ariana Grande has officially made her comeback to music with her new single “Yes, And?” and fans are ecstatic. Along with keeping the new song on repeat as they wait for her new album, fans are curious to know if Grande will be attending the 2024 Grammys on Feb. 4. Grande hasn’t attended music’s biggest night since 2020, but fans are hopeful she’ll attend this year. 

The Grammy nominations were announced on Nov. 10, 2023. While Grande wasn’t nominated this year, but she has been nominated fifteen times over the years. In 2014, Grande received her first Grammy nomination for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, as well as made her Grammys stage debut performing “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart.” She won her first Grammy in 2019 for Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener.

She also won the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Rain on Me” with Lady Gaga in 2021. Will Grande break her three-year skip streak and attend the 2024 Grammys? 

While there’s no confirmation of whether or not Grande will attend the Grammys, there’s still a chance she could be there. 2024 is the year that we are getting a new album from the pop star after she made an Instagram post on Dec. 27, 2023, which she captioned, “See you next year.”

She may not be nominated for a 2024 Grammy, but she could use the night to promote her new music and hang out with her good friend, The Weeknd, whose song “Creepin” is nominated for “Producer of the Year, Non-Classical” with producer Metro Boomin’.

Grande’s longtime bestie Victoria Monét is also nominated for seven Grammys, including Record of the Year, Best New Artist, Best R&B Song, and Best R&B Album. Since Victoria Monét and Ari have been friends for years (Victoria has co-written several of Grande’s songs), maybe the “Positions” singer will accompany Monet to this year’s ceremony. 

Regardless of whether Grande attends the 2024 Grammys, I have a feeling that she will attend in 2025 after earning a few nominations for AG7. The Academy announced on Jan. 5 that the eligibility period for the 2025 Grammy Awards is between Sept. 16, 2023, to Aug. 30, 2024. So as long as we get an from Ari album before Fall 2024, her name could be on the ballot for at least one category (I hope).

But whether or not she’ll show up at the ceremony remains up in the air. For now, we only have “Yes, And?” that I’m keeping on repeat for the foreseeable future. 

We won’t know for sure if Grande will attend the 2024 Grammys until the night of. Until then, we’ll just speak this into existence and hope for the best. 

Born and raised in Arizona, Kayleigh Shaw is a Her Campus National Writer. She mainly writes for the Culture section, primarily focused on the latest entertainment news, but will occasionally write about life and career, giving advice to a wide array of readers. Outside of Her Campus, Kayleigh was also a part of Rod Pulido’s Street Team for his debut novel, Chasing Pacquiao and completed social media challenges to promote the book. She also hopes to one day write for Screen Rant and Comic Book Resources. where she will continue to use her love of all things pop culture to her advantage. She also graduated from Glendale Community College in May 2022 with an Associate's Degree in English. When Kayleigh's not working on journalism pieces, she can be found writing poems and short stories, reading, watching TikToks, listening to their favorite podcasts, listening and dancing to Sabrina Carpenter and Taylor Swift, watching movies and TV shows on Netflix and Hulu (while crying over fictional characters and relationships.) She would live in a library and avoid the rest of the world if she could. She also drinks coffee like a Gilmore and often goes down rabbit holes researching their hyper fixations.