After much waiting, pop singer Ariana Grande has released a statement that she will take up where she left off on her Dangerous Woman tour.
After the horrific events caused by a suicide bomber in her Manchester Arena concert, the pop star understandably took some time off.
Today, June 3, concert promoter MMI Live has confirmed that the American singer will resume her tour.
Her statement reads: "Dangerous Woman by Ariana Grande is scheduled to start up again on June 7th in Paris. After the conclusion of the European tour, the tour will continue in South America, Central America, Mexico, Asia, Australia & New Zealand as currently scheduled."
Filipino fans need not despair, as this this portion was highlighted just for her fans in the Philippines: "See you in Manila on August 21, 2017 at the Mall of Asia Arena."
Last May 27, she penned a heartfelt, moving and long note addressed primarily to the families of the Manchester victims, saying, "We will continue in honor of the ones we lost, their loved ones, my fans, and all affected by this tragedy. They will be on my mind and in my heart everyday and I will think of them with everything I do for the rest of my life."
She promoted a benefit activity called One Love Manchester, happening on June 4, with proceeds to benefit the 22 victims and families affected by the Manchester attack on May 22.
Ariana Grande was visibly absent on her social media accounts after the Manchester attacks. Her most recent post shows her visiting a young fan who sustained injuries from the Manchester incident.