Manchester bombing has had everyone shocked, especially people who lost their loved ones. Families of the victims, including Ariana Grande, were devastated because of what happened, but the 23-year-old singer promised to stand up and act as a strong support system to the family of the victims as she announced she will be performing a Manchester benefit concert for the victims and their families.

Ariana Grande’s public statement

The “Problem” singer expressed her deep grief through her Twitter account in a lengthy heartfelt message, Friday afternoon. This is reportedly the first public statement of Grande after the Manchester Arena concert explosion killed 22 people and injured 59.

The pop singer wrote about how she thought about her fans and all the people affected by the incident. She also highlighted how people were compassionate, kind and showed unity against this terror attack. She also took this time to ask forgiveness for the fear and pain this incident has caused everyone. She encouraged everyone to continue being united and helpful with one another to conquer the violence. She then announced her plans of returning to Manchester along with her supporting and helpful friends for a benefit concert in which she said she will be announcing the further details soon.

Aside from the message, she posted a link to directed to Crowdfunding which encourages people to raise £2,000,000 ($2.5 million) in order to support the families of those victims killed and injured during the Manchester Arena attack.

The singer is still absolutely crushed about the incident. In fact, she has barely slept this week, according to the source.

Concert plans of Ariana Grande

Aside from the announcement that the singer will be going back to Manchester without any specific date, Ariana Grande’s management team has already announced that the "Dangerous Woman" tour will be suspended until they can assess the situation and pay respect to the victims and their families.

They added that the singer’s focus is on the victims’ families and how she can assist them.

It has been recalled that the US pop star postponed her world tour and went home straight to Florida following the devastating incident in Manchester.

Her team confirmed next date for her performance, which will be on June 7 at the Paris’ AccorHotels Arena. Grande is also scheduled for a nine-day tour through South America, Mexico, Southeast Asia and Australia on June 29.

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