TMZ reported that Ariana Grande will cancel her performance in London and has put the rest of her European tour on hold. She was scheduled to perform in Germany, Switzerland, Poland, and Belgium. There’s still no word if Ariana and her team will also cancel the rest of her world tour.
Reports continue to flood in as a bomb explosion killed several people and injured many at the Manchester Arena, right after Ariana Grande’s concert ended.
As people started to leave after Ariana’s last song and with the lights fully turned on, loud bangs were heard from an unknown location. People started running in a panic, causing injuries
Several news sources set up live feeds and video recordings as the incident progressed, showing the confusion of the people.
The Independent gathered eyewitness statements that ranged from seeing bloody bodies around the concert arena to a man being thrown “30 feet into the air” by the explosion as he was going to pick up his daughter from the concert.
NBC checked in with Ariana and said the singer is safe and unharmed.
Police and emergency units have been deployed in the area. The explosion is being treated as a terrorist incident and people have been advised to avoid the perimeter as the investigation is ongoing. On social media, people have united to send their best and updates under the hashtag #PrayforManchester.