Ariana Grande has reportedly reached out to the families of those who died in the Manchester terror attack. The pop star, who jetted back to her hometown Boca Raton in Florida less than 24 hours after the blast at Manchester arena, is also said to have offered to pay for the funerals of all the fans who were tragically killed at her concert on Monday.
Grande, 23, said she was “broken” after her gig ended with suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonating an explosive device in the foyer of the 20,000 capacity venue, leaving 22 dead and 64 people injured. 20 are said to be critical. She has suspended the rest of the European leg of her Dangerous Woman tour until further notice.
Twitter fan page Ariana Updates posted details last night on the US singer’s heroic gesture. Dozens of fans also took to Twitter to thank Ariana for her heartwarming actions.