In the wake of the horrific terrorist attack in Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert that has left 22 people dead and 119 injured, her "Dangerous Woman" world tour is suspended indefinitely. The singer was still due to perform in London on Thursday night aside from the ones scheduled in Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland.
The popstar’s team made it clear though that the tour has not been cancelled altogether reports Glamour Magazine. A source close to the situation said that, “Right now, the focus is on the victims and grieving for them. We’re not focused on the tour.” Same source also clarified that Ariana Grande is absolutely beside herself but otherwise physically fine.
Meanwhile, Ariana Grande has returned to the U.S. She was spotted landing in Boca Raton, Florida, where she was met by her family and boyfriend, Mac Miller, at the airport. According to People, Mac waited for her at the bottom of the private jet’s stairs. Grande looked distraught and looked like she has been crying. The couple hugged for a while before heading to a waiting car.
Another source said that Ariana Grande wants to be with her family and loved ones after feeling crushed and devastated on Monday’s incident. The audience in her Manchester concert included many children and teens with their parents accompanying them. The explosion occurred near the ticket office outside the arena.
Early morning Tuesday, Ariana Grande took to twitter to express her heartbreak with what happened. “Broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words,” the singer tweeted.
The police believe that Salem Abedi, 22, is their main suspect although he has not been formally identified by the coroner yet. Abedi is among those who died in the incident. The Manchester police also revealed that they have arrested a 23-year-old man in connection with the bombing incident.