Ariana Grande shared a sincere message to her fans before the third anniversary of the bombing of the Manchester Arena.
The 26-year-old singer went to Instagram and wrote a touching message to her fans to let them know that her “heart” was with them.
She wrote, “I want to take a moment to acknowledge and send my love to all those who are feeling the sadness and the overwhelming heaviness of the birthday to come this week. “
Support: Ariana Grande, 26, shared a sincere message to her fans before the third anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing
The hitman added that the tragic incident continues to impact so many in the present.
She said, “Not a day goes by without it affecting you, all of us, and always. I will think of you all week and weekend. My heart, my thoughts and my prayers are always with you ”.
The suicide bombing of 22-year-old Salman Abedi occurred on May 22, 2017, leaving 23 people dead and 139 injured.
Ariana returned to Manchester for the first time in two years in August while performing at the Manchester Pride event at Mayfield Depot.
Birthday: the singer went to Instagram and wrote a touching message to her fans to let them know that her “heart” was with them
The star admitted that she was “nervous” and “overwhelmed” when she went on stage in the northern city after having organized a benefit concert for the benefit of those who were injured in the attack.
As she was cheered on the stage by hundreds of fans, the award-winning musician looked moved when she announced, “I love Manchester so much, thank you very much for seeing me again. “
Hitmaker One Last Time continued, “I am so happy to be here with you – it means the world – so thank you for inviting me.
“I’m sorry, I’m so nervous, I had so much more to say, but I’m very overwhelmed, so thank you. It’s so beautiful, I love you so much.
She wrote: “I want to take a moment to acknowledge and send my love to all those who are feeling the sadness and the enormous heaviness of the birthday to come this week” (photo from 2018)
Before the event, she tweeted, “On the road to Manchester pride. I love you so much. I can’t wait to give you all our love. you are my heart in every way. see you soon. [sic] “
Marking an emotional return, the singer captivated the audience with an acoustic interpretation of her hit single One Last Time, which she reissued as a charitable single two years ago after the terrorist attack.
At the time, the special single peaked at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart.
Emotional: the hitmaker added that the tragic incident continues to have an impact on so many people in the present (photo during the One Love concert in June 2017)
The star returned to Manchester for the first time at the One Love concert in June 2017.
She made the courageous decision to return to the city for the benefit concert, which raised more than £ 17 million, and saw the audience who attended her previous show.
The concert saw all kinds of stars take to the stage at Old Trafford cricket ground, including Coldplay, Katy Perry, Liam Gallagher, Justin Bieber and Robbie Williams.
Return: Ariana returned to Manchester for the first time in two years when she performed at the Manchester Pride event at Mayfield Depot in August.