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Ariana Grande Response to the Horror of Sudden Terrorist Attack at Her Concert

As confusion and chaos engulf Manchester, England after a deadly terrorist attack that aimed to kill as many young innocents as possible, names of those who were killed in the bombing start to come in.

First among them was Georgian Callander, 18, who prior to the concert tweeted that she was going to see Ariana Grande.

β€œSO EXCITED TO SEE YOU TOMORROW,” Callander tweeted on Sunday in anticipation of the concert.

The fan met Grande in 2015, and pictures of the encounter spread across social media.

β€œWe were all praying for her to be found safely. Then we were told she had passed away,” friend Shelby Wharton, 17, told the Evening Standard.

β€œShe was always very open, would talk to everyone. She was so nice. It does not feel real. I just pray for her family.”

After it was revealed that she passed away, Twitter lit up with tributes to Callander as news of her passing spread.

Ariana Grande also made a statement soon after the attack expressing her anguish over the dark turn the night took.


The attacker killed himself in the blast that injured 59 others.