Ariana Grande's European tour has been reportedly suspended in the wake of the terror attack happened at her concert in Manchester Arena. The singer cancelled the tour dates as of now and has returned to her house in Florida. The American singer expressed her grief on the social network Twitter. "From the bottom of my heart, I'm very sorry, I have no words," this is what she tweeted soon after the terror blast that occurred Monday at Manchester Arena, UK, where the singer just offered a musical concert on her European tour.

Ariana Grande is not injured

22 people were killed and 59 wounded in the "terrorist act" perpetrated by a suicide bomber now identified as a 22-year-old Salman Abedi.

Salman was killed in the attack and five other people were suspected and were taken into the custody. Meanwhile, The 23-year-old star was not injured but was very affected. This Wednesday, the pop singer decided to suspend all her shows that comprise the tour "Dangerous Woman" until June 5.

Dangerous Woman tour cancelled through June 5

"Due to the continuous terrible events in Manchester Arena, Ariana Grande's "Dangerous Woman" European concert tour was postponed until we can evaluate the situation and pay our respects to those we have lost. The London shows planned for this week as well as all the concerts in Switzerland were also dropped until June 5," says a concise statement from the manager. "Our way of life has been threatened again, but we will overcome it together," he concludes.

Young victims

Children and adolescents are the core of Ariana Grande's fan base, and on Monday evening they were the ones who filled the Manchester Arena to attend their favorite idol's concert.

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Some of them were accompanied by adults, while others were minors alone that their parents waited for at the end of the event. Just as Ariana’s concert was ceasing for the day, around 10:30 p.m., a bomb exploded inside the arena.

Born in Florida 23 years ago, Ariana Grande was a precocious Broadway star and played the role of Cat Valentine in Nickelodeon's youth television network series Victorious. From there she made the leap to the music industry, where she continued to triumph, especially among the youngest. She was currently touring Europe, but after what happened, the singer returned to the United States according to several media reports.