The Manchester bombing has left a dent on the hearts of fans. It has left a huge hole on the heart of Ariana Grande. The Queen has spoken and it appears she feels for the "Bang Bang" singer.
Queen Elizabeth visited victims of the Manchester bombing and she talked to fans of Ariana Grande. According to The Independent, the grandmother of Prince William called Grande a "very good singer." She was talking to a 14-year-old victim when she heaped praise on the former Disney starlet.
The monarch also talked about how "dreadful" and "wicked" it was to target the concert of Ariana Grande. It remains to be seen if other royal family members will pay visits to the victims of the suicide bombing.
As for Ariana Grande, the singer has returned home to Florida. An insider close to the "Dangerous Woman" singer has revealed details about how she is coping after the bombing. According to PEOPLE, the source said Grande and her loved ones "have barely slept this week."
Ariana Grande is receiving a lot of support from her family and boyfriend, Mac Miller. The "Problem" singer was seen getting off a private plane after she arrived home from Manchester. Miller was there to pick her up.
Amid all the love and support, Ariana Grande has received hate from trolls online. Some have called her a "spoiled brat" and noted that she should not have gone home just yet. Some suggest that she should have stayed in Manchester and pushed through with her tour.
According to Mail Online, other fans are pushing Ariana Grande to keep on with her Manchester tour. However, there are some who sympathize with the singer. It appears that fans are torn on whether the tour should push through or not.
Ariana Grande announced that her concerts will be suspended until June 5. Belgium, Poland, and Germany tour dates will be canceled as well.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.