Ariana Grande And Others In The Music Community React To Terror Attack

Ariana say’s she’s sorry for the attack as others around the world express sympathy

Victims of the explosion

Ariana Grande and other celebrities have taken to Twitter to respond to the bomb attack at the Manchester Arena in the United Kingdom. The American singing sensation was not hurt in the blast, but tweeted that she was “broken” by news of casualties.

22 people were killed, and more than 50 were wounded after there was an explosion around the foyer area which left thousands of people screaming and running from the venue. Grande’s European tour is currently suspended as the singer was scheduled to leave for Poland, Germany, and Belgium as well.

Take That, a band who formed in 1990 in Manchester, were playing a show at the Liverpool Echo Arena when the terrible tragedy occurred. They released a statement claiming they are canceling their show in Liverpool, “Out of respect to all of the people and their families.” It went on to say they pray for everyone involved and their thoughts are currently with the victims.