(FOX News) - Pop star Ariana Grande was caught on camera saying she "hates America."
A video of Grande slamming the U.S. was posted by TMZ on Tuesday, and today the singer announced she was backing out of the MLB All-Star Concert, stating her recent wisdom teeth removal was to blame for the cancellation.
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Grande was caught on camera licking a doughnut at a California doughnut shop when she thought no one was looking. When an employee brought out a tray of oversized doughnuts, the Florida-born singer blurted out, "What the f--k is that? I hate Americans. I hate America."
Grande is being replaced by Demi Lovato. The free concert during the 2015 MLB All-Star Week will also include pop-rock band Rixton, best known for the hit "Me and My Broken Heart." The 86th MLB All-Star Game will air July 14 on Fox from the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.