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>> US pop star Ariana Grande calling off two London concerts and five others across Europe after the suicide bombing at one of her UK gigs. 22 people killed in the attack just as the lights came up after her show at Manchester Arena, Monday. She tweeted at the time that she was broken by the attack, which killed teenagers and children as they streamed into the foyer, as well as parents waiting to pick up their kids.
Grande, a teen actress turned singer, has a mainly young teen fan base. Children as young as eight years old perished. The singer was unharmed in the attack and flew to Florida to be with family and friends. Representatives from her record label saying they had suspended the Dangerous Woman tour through the fifth to pay their proper respect to those killed adding we will overcome this together.