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The tour was slated to extend through fall, wrapping up September 21 at Hong Kong's Asia World–Arena.
The explosion is Britain's deadliest attack since 52 people died in the July 7, 2005 terror attack on the London Underground.A father has told of the chilling last words Ariana told the crowd at Manchester Arena before the explosion went off.He told the BBC: 'Ariana said: "Bye bye Manchester!Miley Cyrus, a friend of her pop peer Grande, wrote: 'Wishing I could give my friend @arianagrande a great big hug right now... so sorry you had to be apart of such a tragic event!my most sincere condolences to anyone and everyone affected by this horrific attack! no more innocent lives taken.'Pop star Demi Lovato wrote: 'Tearing up imaging innocent concert goers losing their lives..Praying for all the victims and families involved.'While another Manchester native Mick Hucknell wrote: 'Heartbreaking news from my hometown. Brainwashed social misfits will not change the way we are, the way we live.' In the US, British chatshow host James Corden opened his The Late Late Show with an impassioned monologue paying his respects to those who had lost their lives while simply trying to watch their idol perform.
The fact a major US artist had been caught up in such an attack sent shockwaves through the American showbusiness world.
Responses were flooding in from international leaders.'This incident, this attack, is especially vile, especially criminal, especially horrific because it appears to have been deliberately directed at teenagers,' Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said. Surely there is no crime more reprehensible than the murder of children.
This is a direct and brutal attack on young people everywhere, on freedom everywhere.' Japan's chief cabinet secretary, Yoshihide Suga, said, 'I would like to express my heartfelt condolences to the victims and families of the deceased and my prayers to a swift recovery for the wounded.
Emergency numbers have been made available for those who are concerned about loved ones or anyone who may have been in the area - 01 or 01.
Ariana Grande said she's 'broken' and 'so so sorry' after 22 people died and 59 were injured in a terrorist attack at her Monday evening concert at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England.
Organisers are said to be 'deeply concerned about security' in the wake of the attack.