Kanye West replaces Ariana Grande on Saturday Night Live

Ariana Grande gets emotional with fans on Twitter asking why she can't have

"SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels recently announced that Grande - whose ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, died of a suspected drug overdose earlier this month - canceled her appearance for "emotional reasons".

Fans are concerned for Grande and her mental health after her string of heartbreaking tweets.

Kanye West "stepped up" to replace her, Michaels said.

The singer has had a challenging couple of years, which have included not just Miller's death but also the May 2017 terrorist attack on her concert in Manchester, England.

'I'm trying to get my work done and get back to normal and it's hard and i'm human and exhausted. sorry i let u in or anxious u. i shouldn't have tweeted. i kno better'.

While Grande is perpetually positive in public and on social media - today she shared with fans on Twitter that she's been struggling.

The 25-year-old on Friday took to Twitter to share with her fans she was having "a tough month".

Grande's words to her fans follow her tweets from Thursday where she wrote that she was "so f-king tired" and needed a break.

The comedian was asked by Seth Meyers on Late Night if he still maintained his 'carte blanche open door, ' policy of letting whatever friends stay over whenever they wanted since getting engaged to Ariana Grande.

Michaels did not elaborate further, but Grande has been grieving the sudden death of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller on September 7.

We hope she takes as much time as she needs - then joins fiancé Pete Davidson for what is sure to be the most anticipated episode of the season. "I was like, 'Am I that ugly that people want to shoot me in the face?"'

"Can I please have one okay day".

She added: "I'm so sorry I couldn't fix or take your pain away".



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