The American hit singer Ariana Grande (26) was very nervous yesterday during her concert in the English city of Manchester, where on 22 May 2017 after her concert 22 people died in a suicide attack. After the drama, the star was back in town for the first time with a complete performance. 

The singer performed during Manchester Pride and confessed to the audience “to be enormously nervous and overwhelmed.” “ Manchester has a very special place in my heart. I am very happy to be here with you. I’m sorry I’m so nervous, I actually wanted to say a lot more. But thank you very much, “says Grande. 

Grande opened her show with the song ‘No Tears Left To Cry’, which she released after the attacks. An emotional moment for both her and those present, who constantly chanted Ariana’s name. According to a fan, the singer had to cry when she started the song, which touched the audience very much. “I was there on the evening of the attack and being here again means a lot to me. But it is also very special for the city. She has shown that hate does not win, “a concertgoer told the BBC. 

At the time of the explosion, the Manchester Arena emptied after a performance by the American singer Ariana Grande had just ended. The concert was sold out and was attended by some 21,000 spectators, mostly young people and families with children. Among the victims were also parents who were waiting in the hall to pick up their children after the concert. The youngest victim was an eight-year-old girl.

The attack was committed by 22-year-old Salman Abedi. It was the largest attack in the United Kingdom since the terrorist attacks in London on July 7, 2005. The Islamic State claimed the attack.