Ariana Grande Discusses Life Altering Terror Attack


On a radio show on Friday, Ariana Grande teared up talking about how the terror attack at the Manchester Arena has changed her life.
On 22nd May, 2017, the popstar had just finished performing at the arena when a suicide bomber detonated a bomb on the premises. The explosion left 800 injured and 22 casualties in its wake.
Her song Get Well Soon from her new album Sweetener, was released on the 25th of May this year, with its complete duration being 5:22, the date of the unfortunate incident. The track also included a 40-minute silence. Fans assumed that the song was for the victims of the terror attack. When questioned about it, Ariana explained that the song was to show support for the everyone who suffered any kind of physical, emotional or mental loss because of the attack.
During the interview on the radio show, the No Tears Left To Cry hitmaker opened up about the impact the terrifying incident had had on her life. She explained that she had found it difficult to find the strength to carry on, but had done so to set an example for the world that she was not fearful. The artist confessed that the only reason she had continued with the rest of her performances on the tour was to show her support for the ones who were suffering same as her, and to encourage her fans to be strong and courageous, as well.
Ariana broke down into a pool of tears stating that she had found her strength by changing her perspective that was to not give in to fear.
The Side to Side hitmaker only recently revealed that she had been suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) following the incident. Ariana’s mother, Joan Grande said that her daughter had cried repeatedly and did not speak a word in two days. However, she was glad that Ariana had been looking for closure by carrying on with her performances and not giving up.
Joan believes that it is quite brave of Ariana and her fans to set an example for the rest of the world.


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