ORIGINAL STORY: Singer Ariana Grande, who is scheduled to tour Australia later this year, is reportedly suspending her ‘Dangerous Woman’ world tour following a bombing at her concert in Manchester, England, which has left 22 people dead and 59 people injured.
A source close to Grande has reportedly told TMZ that the singer will be suspending her tour for the time being, and is to put her current European tour dates on hold.
Tour promoters Live Nation have told Music Feeds that there is currently no information regarding whether or not the singer’s upcoming Australian tour will still go ahead, but the company has released the following statement:
“We are deeply saddened by this senseless tragedy and our hearts and thoughts are with those impacted by this devastating incident.”
Earlier today, Grande made her first public statement following the deadly blast in Manchester, saying that she feels “broken”.
The singer’s manager, Scooter Braun, has also made the following statement:
At the time of writing, Grande is still scheduled to perform in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane this October. Catch all her Australian tour dates right here.