The singer is still excited to think about the consequences of that terrorist act.
Last Friday, Ariana Grande offered a new interview for Beats 1 of Apple Music, and while remembering her tragic concert in Manchester in 2017, where a terrorist activated a bomb and killed 22 people, the singer broke completely.
As reported by Page Six, she said that terrorists “want you to be afraid,” adding that those who only saw the event in the news and have already moved on. But for her and other people, the challenge is to “live in the moment” without fear overcoming them.
His brand new album, Sweetener , includes a song for the survivors of Manchester entitled Get Well Soon .
Grande also talked about her fiancé Pete Davidson , and said that in five years and expect to be married and that “probably” will have 3 children.