Ariana Grande "broken" following suspected terrorist attack at her Manchester concert

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International singers Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and other celebrities took to Twitter to express their sympathy to the victims of the bombing incident at Manchester Arena on the night of May 22 (U.K. Time).

At least 22 people are dead and around 59 were injured following an explosion that rocked the Manchester Arena, moments after singer Ariana Grande’s concert concluded, Monday night, May 22 (U.K. Time).

According to CNN’s report, Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins was quoted as saying that the authorities are treating the blast as a “terrorist attack” until they gather further information.

Latest reports cited that a suicide bomber may have been responsible for the Manchester blast.

Witness accounts said that the blast took place outside Manchester Arena at 10:45 P.M., just as mostly young concert-goers were leaving the venue.

Ariana—who was able to leave the venue safely—finally tweeted and wrote that she felt “broken” by what happened right after her concert.

Ariana's fellow singers Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Joe Jonas, Christina Aguilera, and Shawn Mendes also offered prayers for all those who died in the Manchester blast.


Even Hollywood stars Anna Kendrick, Mark Pellegrino, Khloe Kardashian, and Robbie Kay were saddened by the incident.

Ariana, who held a concert in Manila in August 2015, will be back in the country for her Dangerous Woman concert tour, to be held at Mall of Asia Arena on August 21. 


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