Having released "Dangerous Woman" in 2016, a globally successful music album that spanned major chart-topping hits for the stunning 23-year-old pop star, Ariana Grande set out for her Dangerous Woman Tour that would see her perform in major venues around the world. The UK leg of the tour started off at the Manchester Arena in England, which is adjacent to the popular Manchester Victorian Station.

Explosion after concert ends

Shortly after Ms. Grande left the stage after completing her last set, a loud bang was heard according to eye witnesses that turned out to be a bomb.

This was at the Manchester Arena's foyer area just when attendees were climbing the stairs to exit the place. The screams and shouts led to a hysterical confusion with parents, kids and the youthful concert goers all scampering for safety in different directions.

Tragedy in Manchester

According to the Manchester police, they got a call at around 10:35 p.m. Monday night that alerted them about the explosion and responded immediately. The Manchester Arena area was chaotic with people running in different directions, some escaping the deadly scene as fast as they could. Desperate parents and relatives were trying to locate their loved ones who had been attending the concert.

It was some sort of horror movie, according to some attendees, as you could pass by a seriously bleeding person in one corner and an immobile body in another.

Luckily, Ariana Grande was unhurt but tweeted later on to say that she was very broken by the tragedy and totally without words.

The Islamic terror group ISIS were quick to take responsibility for the Manchester Arena attack that left 22 dead and 59 others nursing serious wounds in six different nearby hospitals.

Europe's security has been vulnerable in the recent past with daring attacks on major capitals like Berlin and Paris, raising major concerns about the terror threat that the world faces.

England's intelligence wing is said to have had the terror threat facing the country at a "severe" level, which is the second highest level possible.

That shows that an attack was imminent, but that one could not tell where and when it would happen. US president Donald Trump has termed the attackers as "evil losers" and said that the US stands in solidarity with the UK.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Opposition Leader Jeremy Corbyn have suspended the ongoing national campaigns for the June 8th election until further notice to first address the national crisis. This is the deadliest attack on UK soil since the 2005 attack on a local station and buses that left roughly 60 people dead.

The terrorism threat all across the world is at an all-time high and leaders are growing increasingly concerned about the safety of their citizens both locally and abroad.

The security breach in the world's major cities and venues like the Manchester Arena, which is one of Europe's largest indoor arenas goes to show that no place in the world is 100% safe and fool proof.

Critical times ahead...

A hotline has been set up for those concerned about their loved ones who were either attending the event or may have been around the Manchester Arena area (0161 856 9400). Songstress Ariana Grande is said to have traveled back to the United States for some much needed peace of mind.