After Monday’s traumatic incident in Manchester, Ariana Grande’s management team has confirmed that the Dangerous Woman Tour has been officially canceled. Grande was almost half way through her tour when chaos struck after finishing up a show in Manchester, UK Monday night. The incident was ruled to have been an act of terrorism. There was said to have been two explosions that went off at the concert after the singer left the stage. The catastrophic event led to 22 deaths and 59 injuries. Grande was said to have been “in hysterics” and unable to speak from shock. The pop star took to Twitter to make a public statement and express her emotions on the traumatic event that occurred at her show.
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 23, 2017
If you know Ariana Grande, or follow her on any social media platform, you know her fans are everything to her. She has always expressed her love to all her fans and this instance is not any different. Grande has personally reached out to all the families of victims who passed away that night. She has offered to cover all funeral expenses to any of those who lost their family member or loved one that night. Sources say she is incapable of performing for anyone right now, hence her tour cancellation. The pop star had remaining shows running all the way through June 5 including London, Antwerp, Belgium, Lodz, Poland, Frankfurt, Germany, and Zurich. Grande’s team has also confirmed that ticketholders will be granted refunds.
The singer is currently back in her hometown, Boca Raton, Florida with her family and boyfriend, Mac Miller. She was flown out there in a private jet after the horrific attacks on Monday night. Although this could be any singer’s, performer’s, or artist’s living nightmare, we believe Ariana Grande will come back stronger than ever. She never fell apart after her grandfather’s death, and this will only make her stronger. It’s all for her fans and the army of Arianators will only grow closer together. We’re praying for everyone’s recovery from this tragic event.