Ariana Grande restarts concert tour after Manchester bombing

Ariana Grande restarts concert tour after Manchester bombing

Ariana Grande restarts concert tour after Manchester bombing

'First show back tonight, ' she captioned the post.

Leading up to the show, Ariana took to social media to express her undying love for those 22 "angels" lost in the attack. "I love you with all my heart", the former Nickelodeon star wrote on Instagram.

Ariana has been praised for her handling of the last two weeks, particularly after returning to the United Kingdom on Sunday for the One Love Manchester concert. Grateful for and incredibly proud of my band, dancers and entire crew.

American singer Ariana Grande has called upon her close friends within the industry to join forces for a tribute concert to honour the victims and families of the tragic attack.

British police name two London Bridge attackers
The Metropolitan Police has not yet commented on what, if anything, they knew about the attackers before Saturday. Police said Redouane also used the name of Rachid Elkhdar and a different date of birth that gave his age as 25.

Grande's mother tweeted on May 29, 2017, to share her thoughts on the bombing of her daughter's May 22, 2017, concert in Manchester, England which was subject to a terrorist attack. I love you I love you'. But on Wednesday night, she gave a high-energy performance in Paris, treating fans to some of her biggest hits like "Side to Side", "Dangerous Woman", "Love Me Harder", and more.

The concert, which streamed live on the BBC, featured performances by the likes of Justin Bieber, Take That, Liam Gallagher, Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus.

After the concert, she shared a pic of herself performing, writing, "Merci, Paris Je t'aime".

Grande continued her fundraising efforts by releasing a cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", which she performed at the end of the charity concert, as a single, with all proceeds benefitting the Manchester victims.

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