Ariana Grande Is Devastated After Manchester Attack,Singer Flew Home To Seek Family Support

By Lexina Gaskarth | May 27, 2017 11:09 AM EDT
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(Photo : C Flanigan/Getty Images) ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 16: Ariana Grande performs onstage during Power 96.1's Jingle Ball 2016 at Philips Arena on December 16, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Ariana Grande is devastated after the terrorist attack last May 22 at her concert on Manchester leading to the demise of 22 fans. The singer is now reported to have flown back to her hometown at Boca Raton, Florida to lay low with her family.

The singer is already miserable and feels sorry for the dilemma that occurred during her concert. After performing her hit single, One Last Time, a bomb detonated around 10:30 pm as fans were leaving the Manchester Arena. It is reported that there were 22 people killed in the attack and 59 suffered some injuries. Most of the victims were women and children. The singer sends her sympathies to the victims via Twitter.

Grande has suspended the rest of her Dangerous Woman tour for a while until the pop singer's management team has assessed the situation and pay their respects to the victim's loved ones. This will include all her shows through June 5 that is supposed to happen in London, Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland as reported by Billboard.

It is reported that Grande has been "traumatized" by the unfortunate event and immediately flew home after the attack. Her boyfriend, Mac Miller is there to comfort her as the singer tearfully stepped off the plane. A photo of the rapper waiting on the tarmac is caught while waiting for her girlfriend to arrive.

Her team shares their sympathies on the Manchester bombing victim's families on social media. Grande's manager also campaigns people not to live in fear. Her fans also launch a support to get her hit single One Last Time clinched the top charts for 22 weeks in memory of the 22 innocent lives that has been taken away due to the violence. Now known as the anthem of the Manchester attack, the song has reached the number 1 position on iTunes chart in the UK in just a few hours. There are also speculations that arise that every digital download proceeds would be for the casualties, according to Mail Online.

Co-singers are now extending their concern with Grande. A US father of three kids, Patrick Millsaps also advise the singer to sing again when she's in her best condition. Meanwhile, Live Nation is planning to offer refunds for those ticket holders that have been affected.

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