Ariana Grande is going to be a difficult day to meet. Tuesday it will be exactly a year ago that 22 the visitors of her concert in Manchester, were killed in a terrorist attack. “I think of you, today and every day,” tweeted the American singer Tuesday morning.
“I love with all my heart you and send you light and warmth on this challenging day,” was Ariana’s message, which was accompanied by the worker bee, the symbol of Manchester.
The singer had himself recently in an interview for the first time about the tragedy, where hundreds of fans were injured. “There are so many people who have a huge loss and pain they have suffered,” she said in an interview with Time. “The processing will last forever.”
After the attack, remained musically silent for a long time around Ariana. Last month she released the single No Tears Left To Cry, in which she refers to the tragedy.
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