Ariana Grande is moving forward after the tragic incident that happened right after her concert at the Manchester Arena on May 22. The act of terrorism, which killed 22 people and has left 59 others wounded, had compelled the Pop Singer to suspend her shows in London and the rest of her "Dangerous Woman" shows in Europe.

'One Love Manchester'

People from all over the world were in a total shock after hearing about the explosion after a night of fun and music. Ariana was particularly affected and "heartbroken" of the incident that has taken the lives of innocent people who were there to have fun or who were merely passing through the area.

The "Break Free" singer, who was traumatized of the tragedy, immediately left the UK to seek comfort from her family and loved ones.

A few days later, Ariana announced her plan to hold a benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester attack. The pop singer stayed true to this promise and returned to the UK last Friday for "One Love Manchester" show. The pop singer, along with Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Robbie Williams, Mac Miller, Black Eyed Peas and more, performed in front of 50,000 brave individuals who came to reign love over hate.

Aside from their tribute performances for the victims of the suicide bombing, each artist has also sent a message of hope to the people of Manchester and London after a series of deadly attacks.

Ariana wrapped up the three-hour concert with her own rendition of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" while trying to hold back her tears.

Life after the Manchester attack

The 23-year-old pop singer is officially back on business after the tragic incident. In fact, Ariana has brought her "Dangerous Woman" concert in Paris on Wednesday.

Thousands of Arianators joined the female artist at the AccorHotels Arena for her first concert show after the Manchester attack.

"Thinking of our angels every step of the way. I love you with all my heart," she wrote before the show. "Grateful for and incredibly proud of my band, dancers and the entire crew. I love you I love you."

Her Wednesday show will be followed by a one-night concert at the Halle Tony Garnier in Lyon on Friday.

Ariana will conclude her European tour in Turin on June 17 before she will kick off her concert series in Latin America from June 29 up until July 19.

After that, the "Honeymoon Avenue" artist will bring her "Dangerous Woman" tour in Asia for a series of shows in Japan, Thailand, and the Philippines from August 12-13, 17 and 21, respectively. Ariana will return to Asia to conclude her concert tour on September 21 in Hong Kong.