The shocking suicide bombing during the Ariana Grande Manchester tour has left the world broken. The "Problem" singer returned home this week to grieve. However, she has composed herself and made a defiant announcement.
Ariana Grande is returning to Manchester to hold a benefit concert for the victims of the tragic bombing. The "One Last Time" singer has revealed that she is returning to the city to shoe love and support for the victims. 22 people were killed after a suicide bomber detonated just after she wrapped up her show on Monday.
According to Entertainment Weekly, Ariana Grande made the defiant announcement on Twitter. As of writing, the lengthy post has been retweeted over 380,000 times. Fans of the "Dangerous Woman" star have poured support for the recent statement that Grande made.
Previously, Ariana Grande was trolled by fans for deciding to flee Manchester after the bombing. Some noted that she should have stayed to be with the victims. Others said she was a spoiled brat and wouldn't really want to stay for her fans.
Ariana Grande postponed her concert after the bombing took place. There has been a lot of hate online and shades from other musicians. However, the "Be Alright" singer has also received love and encouragement from others.
Previously, Piers Morgan said Ariana Grande should have followed the footsteps of Queen Elizabeth, who visited the victims at the hospital. This time, Morgan is more forgiving. According to The Sun, the Good Morning Britain presenter heaped praise on the 23-year-old's decision to return to the terrorized city.
"Yes. It is the right thing to do," Piers Morgan wrote on Twitter. Like other stars and fans, Morgan believes that Ariana Grande finally made the right choice to return to Manchester. Grande has yet to reveal the details on her upcoming benefit concert for the people of MCR.
Ariana Grande just wrapped up her Manchester tour on Monday when a suicide bomber detonated and 22 lives were taken. The injured have been brought to the hospital and are recovering.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.