Ariana Grande is terrified following a recent near-death experience following a massive explosion that took place just moments after the singer left the stage, inside Manchester Arena that has left 22 people dead and nearly 60 injured on Monday night.

Ariana Grande reaches out to fans on Twitter following Manchester bomb attack

At this time TMZ reports that the Local Authorities are stating that the bombings are an act of terrorism. Witnesses on the scene of the ghastly explosion reveal there were two large explosions with the first one being the largest and occurring after 10 p.m.

Grande fans began running in mass hysteria following the explosion. Police arrived at the scene to a panicked and hysterical crowd finding 22 concert goers dead and 60 more injured.

Concert bombing considered terrorist attack.

Ariana is reportedly very traumatized by the event and has immediately cancelled the remainder of her current "Dangerous Woman" concert tour dates in England, Belgium, Poland, Germany, and Switzerland. Reuters reports that local authorities believe they knew the identity of the suicide bomber and that a 23-year-old man had been taken into custody in connection with the bombings.They also state that Manchester will remain on high alert as a full on investigation continues underway.

A very distraught Grande took to the social media site Twitter posting; "broken. from the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don't have words." Those close to the 23-year-old "Side To Side" singer, reveal that the event has left the singer 'inconsolable' and so anxious about future security measures that she is physically unable to perform.

Grande's manager Scooter Braun stated according to TMZ that they are praying for all involved and are deeply mourning the loss of the lives taken during this "cowardly act." At this time it is not known when Ariana Grande will resume touring, all that we know is she was physically unharmed by the bombings and will resume touring when she is emotionally healed.

Ariana Grande is best known by fans for her singing and acting career which began at age 13 after appearing on Broadway. However, it was her role on the Nickelodeon 2009 hit show "Victorious" as Cat Valentine that really sent her career skyrocketing. Grande has also appeared in numerous other theater, television and film roles, has lent her voice to animated television and films and is currently one of today's most popular young female singing artists.