Ariana Grande just got hold of her Grammy trophy five months after the awards show concluded. The singer shared a photo of her award on Instagram.

Grande was unable to attend the Grammys earlier this month, so her trophy was handed over to her manager, Scooter Braun. On her social media account, the singer said that she’s so glad that she checked her mail because her trophy finally arrived.

In February, Grande won the Best Pop Vocal Album for her 2018 record “Sweetener.” However, the singer opted to skip the awards show because she got into a feud with Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich.

On Twitter, Grande and Ehrlich had an online spat. The latter said that Grande felt it was too late for her to pull something together for the awards show. The singer fired back by saying that Ehrlich prevented her from singing the songs that she wanted to sing.

“I offered 3 different songs,” she wrote. “It’s about collaboration. It’s about feeling supported. It’s about art and honesty, not politics … it was when my creativity & self-expression was stifled by you that I decided not to attend,” Grande added.

Meanwhile, the singer’s manager also posted a photo of Grande’s Grammy trophy on his Instagram account. Braun revealed that he personally delivered the award to his talent. Braun also expressed how proud he is of Grande for earning her first-ever award from the Grammys.

“This right here is family,” Braun wrote. “I couldn’t have been prouder this week to deliver this one her first Grammy. There is no one more deserving and this is truly the first chapter of her epic story. She is an icon living and is exactly who she claims to be. Yes, she is now and forever more Grammy award winner @arianagrande but to me, she is simply Ari… one of the strongest people I know with a heart of gold. Proud of you Ari!! Love yah,” he added.

Grande signed a contract with Braun in 2013. The two share a very special but professional relationship with each other. After Grande’s debut album “Yours Truly” ranked number one on the Billboard 200 charts, Braun interrupted the singer’s the “Listening Sessions” by telling her the news on stage.

Ariana Grande Ariana Grande performs at Billboard Women In Music 2018 on December 6, 2018, in New York City. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Billboard