Ariana Grande gives a benefit concert for the victims of attack Manchester

Ariana Grande gives a benefit concert for the victims of attack Manchester

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Ariana Grande returns to Manchester for a benefit concert for the victims of the attack on Monday night, may 22, to commemorate and to raise money for the victims and their families.

In a statement on Twitter extends its condolences to the singer, the survivors of the attack last Monday night took place. Grande had that evening a gig in the Manchester Arena.

“The way everyone is with each other, sympathetic to the plight, show love and together try to console shows exactly the opposite of the devilish deed that Monday has taken place. I’m sorry that your in so much pain and fear must have had,” says the singer.


After the end of the concert sounds a dull explosion. There is panic, concertgoers run in different directions. It turns out that in the public space just outside the concert hall-a blast has taken place.

For a long time is the death toll at 19, but the police Tuesday morning announced that this number has risen to 22. Among the victims are many children that the concert of tieneridool Grande visited, the youngest of them is a girl of eight years. Many other victims are currently still in the hospital.

“I’m not going to get the rest of the year with my fans to stay away from, without them, to see, to hold, or they have a heart under the belt to sting. Therefore, we must, as a reaction to this act closer to each other. We need to help each other, to love, even harder to sing and kinder to each other than we have ever been to.”

Safe place

“When I was at the Dangerous Woman Tour started, I said I want this show to be a safe place for my fans. A place where they can escape from their daily life, something to celebrate and be themselves. This attack will not change that.”

Wednesday confirmed the management of the singer TMZ that the tour was shut down. “The Dangerous Woman Tour by Ariana Grande is shut down and the situation will further be able to investigate and victims may commemorate”, so let the management know.

“We will continue to be the people we have lost, their loved ones, my fans and any other person who is affected is to continue to honor. They will be in my head and thoughts are and I will for the rest of my life to keep them thinking,” concludes the singer.

Details about the concert will follow later, says the singer.


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