Ariana Grande didn’t attend the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards, but you wouldn’t know it if you saw her social media posts on Sunday night.
The 25-year-old “7 Rings” singer posted all night about the awards show, from her first ever win for Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener to getting upset that her late ex, Mac Miller, was passed over for a posthumous win.
Grande ended out the night sharing a video of herself in bed with her dog, Myron, whom she adopted following Miller’s death this past September.
“It’s me, your tiny, highly emotional Italian, and now GRAMMY award-winning friend,” she captioned the video. “I’m super tarnished, lol. But super grateful. Thank u for everything. Myron is in my arms [and] he says hi as well.”
In the clip, she says, “Is it rolling? Thank you so much!”
Earlier in the evening, Grande rocked her custom Zac Posen ice blue gown that she was supposed to wear at the event, and Myron had some fun, surfing on the train of the epic creation.
“Guys, Myron found his new favorite ride!” Grande says in the clip, giggling at her dog.
In addition to posting about her glam look, Grande also tweeted following her first GRAMMY win, writing, “I know I’m not there tonight (trust, I tried and still truly wished it has worked out tbh) and I know I said I try not to put too much weight on these things… but f**k… this is wild and beautiful. Thank you so much.”
She also managed to stir up some controversy when she tweeted and then deleted “trash” following Cardi B’s win for Best Rap Album.
But the comment was not meant to reference Cardi at all, but rather the Academy’s decision not to award Miller with the honor.
ET has confirmed that Grande is upset with the GRAMMYs, which flew Miller’s parents in to the awards. She wonders why the GRAMMYs flew them in if he wasn’t going to win; she is not upset with Cardi B.
Meanwhile, Cardi posted an article about Miller’s family rooting for her at the awards show, writing: “WE WON A F**KIN GRAMMY." Grande commented on the post with a series of black hearts.
For more from the GRAMMYs, watch the clip below: