Ariana Grande ‘broken’ to stop after concert Manchester
Ariana Grande has Tuesday with horror responded to the attack at her concert in the Manchester Arena. “Broken. From the deepest of my heart. I have no words for.”
Her management responded: “Tonight, our hearts broken. Words can not express how sorry we are for the victims and their families who are victims of this senseless attack.”
“We mourn the children and other victims that the lives by this cowardly act.” The management of Grande thanked the emergency services. “We are grateful for the selfless efforts of the emergency services from Manchester who, with danger for own life assistance to the victims.”
After the concert Monday night in Manchester were certainly nineteen visitors to the life and were around fifty fans were injured. The police in Manchester treats the explosion as a terrorist attack.
A spokesman for the singer, left Monday night to Variety know that Grande, who is just of the stage was when the explosion took place, unharmed remained.
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.
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02:51 – 23 may 2017
According to entertainmentwebsite TMZ say sources around the Canal, which is the next concert in the Grande’s Dangerous-Woman Tour, this Thursday in the O2 arena in London, on the rocks. The singer gave last week two concerts in the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
The Sportpaleis in Antwerp, where the Canal next Sunday, her appearance would make eight small chance that the singer will come. The organization has however still no official confirmation that the concert is cancelled will be, writes The Standard.
Concert organizer Mojo whilst looking at whether additional safeguards are needed at other concerts in the Netherlands. That said a spokesman Tuesday.
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