Ariana Grande European tour cancelled after Manchester terror attack

Police in Manchester tonight after an incident at Manchester Arena. Picture: PA

Police in Manchester tonight after an incident at Manchester Arena. Picture: PA - Credit: Archant

Pop star Ariana Grande has indefinitely suspended her world tour after the terrorist attack at Manchester Arena.

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed 22 people have died and 59 people wounded in the blast have been taken to eight different hospitals in the city.

The American pop star was coming to the end of her live performance in front of thousands of teenagers, children and families when a homemade bomb went off in the Manchester Arena foyer at 10.30pm.

MORE: 22 dead and 59 injured in Ariana Grande concertMORE: Suicide bomber died in Manchester terrorist attackMORE: Prime Minister to host emergency Cobra meeting after Manchester attackIt was part of her Dangerous Woman Tour, which was due to travel across Europe.

She was due to perform at London's O2 arena on May 25 and 26, but that gig has been cancelled, according to entertainment news website TMZ.

For more information visit www.arianagrande.com/tour


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