What was supposed to be a night of fun and entertainment ended up as a night full of terror and sadness. On May 22, 22 people were killed and 116 were left injured when a bomb exploded at the venue of Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester. It was a tragedy that took a lot of young lives since a lot of teens and pre-teens made up the population of the said concert. The 23-year old singer was clearly devastated considering that most of her fans were the target of the said explosion. The authorities have ruled out the tragedy as an act of terrorism and have been working double time to arrest the people responsible for the chaotic night that took the lives of many.

Up until now, the authorities are still on the trail of finding out who was behind the attack as well as the motive for the terroristic act. Was it aimed for Ariana Grande? Or was the "Side To Side" singer's concert chosen because it was expected to have a lot of people attending that fateful night?

Ariana Grande shocked and heartbroken

According to reports, the "Bang Bang" singer was still in a state of shock for a few hours after the attack. After recovering and coming to terms that such a tragedy has happened in one of her concert events, the "Into You" singer took to Twitter to express her thoughts and feelings.

She tweeted that her heart, prayers and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Machester attack. There were also reports going around that Ariana Grande has reached out to the families of the victims to aid them in the funeral needs and finances.

However, this has not been confirmed by the "Break Free" singer's camp.

'Problem' singer plans to hold a benefit concert for Manchester victims

A few days after the Manchester attacks, reports about Ariana Grande planning to hold a Benefit Concert for the Manchester victims began circulating online. According to reports, the "Focus" singer has expressed that she doesn't want to go the rest of the year without being able to see, hold and uplift her fans, specifically those who were affected and traumatized by the attack.

"I'll be returning to the incredibly brave city of Manchester to spend time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honor and raise money for the victims and their families." Ariana Grande said. She also added that the best response to this kind of violence is to stay strong and come together as one. As of writing, details for the benefit concert have yet to be released.

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