On May 22, 2017, a suicide bombing took place outside of the Manchester Arena in Manchester England. Ariana Grande's concert is the event everyone was attending, which was part of her "Dangerous Woman" world tour. A total of 22 victims were killed, including the bomber. Over 120 were injured as the suicide bomber detonated the bomb inside the Arena's foyer after the concert was over. Shortly after the bombing took place, it was ruled by the Greater Manchester Police as one of the deadliest terrorist attacks to take place in the United Kingdom.

Will Ariana pay for the funerals?

It has been rumored that Grande will pay for the funerals of the victims who lost their lives on the night of her concert. Her team has not yet confirmed the reports. Since the bombing, Ariana has taken to Twitter to share this sorrowful tweet:

Although nothing has been officially confirmed, Ariana fans are certain that she will follow through with it. The singer has since been seen exiting her private jet back home in Florida, where she was greeted by boyfriend Mac Miller.

What about the rest of her tour?

After the attack, Ariana has postponed the rest of her "Dangerous Woman" tour until the situation has been further assessed as her tour promoters discussed in a statement recently issued.

The singer was meant to perform London coming up and in Switzerland in June, however, it is better that she takes some time for herself right now.

Social media frenzy

Social media has played a massive part in sharing love and sending condolences to the families who were affected by this tragedy. An image of bunny ears that are often worn by Grande has been shared in solidarity for the victims and their families.

This has brought the Ariana Grande fans closer together and showed the world that people can come together in the wake of tragedy.

Countless celebrities have also sent love and condolences via Twitter and Facebook, some of these celebrities include Miley Cyrus, Harry Styles, David Beckham and Rihanna.

A hashtag has also started trending via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram called #PrayForManchester, where millions have come together to spread love and positivity during such a terrible time.

Due to the circumstances of the tragedy, it has not been confirmed when Ariana will hit the stage again or if her world tour will even resume after a break. This situation hit the young pop star hard and right now, she is just trying to cope.