Ariana Grande releases statement on tour



Ariana Grande, her promoters and the O2 Arena have released a statement in the aftermath of Monday's tragic events in Manchester.

The singer will be suspending her Dangerous Woman tour and has cancelled her scheduled shows at the O2 Arena which were due to take place on Thursday and Friday.

Ariana is said to be distraught after 22 people died at her concert in Manchester on Monday, with many more injured.

Celebrities have been showing their support for Ariana this week on social media and her manager, Scooter Braun, has also released a joint statement with the singer expressing his sadness.

You can see the full statement from the O2 Arena and Scooter Braun below.




The last 48 hours have been beyond devastating. As a father I cannot express my sorrow and my rage at this cowardice act. These were children. They were attacked because of our way of life. Our love of freedom and each other. There are no words that will comfort. There is nothing that can be said to make 22 return to their families today. I am so so sorry for their loss. I am so sorry to all those affected. Thank you to people of Manchester who have come together to help save lives and give shelter. Your courage and bravery is our hope. As I stated last night let's please all hold the victims, their families, and all those affected in our hearts and prayers. From myself and my friend @arianagrande ...We are with you Manchester. We will not let evil win! Never!

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Ariana Grande has released a statement confirming that she will return to Manchester. She will be holding a benefit concert and meeting her fans.



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