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Stars React To Manchester Bombing At Ariana Grande Concert

Many are tweeting "Is there any place we're safe anymore" after fatalities incurred at Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman tour in Manchester. 

Resorces like CNN have been reporting that at least 22 people have been killed in the terror attack at the concert in Manchester, England, and that they believe a 23-year old man detonated the bomb as the concert ended, and he died at the scene. Witnesses say they saw blood, smoke, bodies, and more, and the #Manchester hashtag has many retweeting images of lost teens and children that have yet to be found.

Ariana Grande tweeted that she felt "broken," and that she was sorry - which many came to her and said there's nothing she had to be sorry for. Many other stars including Katy Perry, Cher, and Halsey also tweeted reactions to the incident.

Ariana Grande on Twitter

broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words.


KATY PERRY on Twitter

Broken hearted for the families tonight. Broken hearted for Ari. Broken hearted for the state of this world. ????


Cher on Twitter


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What is happening in Manchester is absolutely terrifying. Praying everyone effected has found safety and hope Ariana is okay 🙁 Jesus


Our resident UK favorite James Corden released a video about the incident and takes a solemn tone, something not so easy for Corden. He shared that this incident reminds him that the community is a strong, caring and that the spirit of Manchester will grow stronger because of it.

James Corden's Message to Manchester

James Corden takes a moment to send his thoughts, love and hope to the people of Manchester after tonight's horrific tragedy.


We will keep you updated as information continues to come through on this terrible incident.


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