Blast at Ariana Grande concert leaves 19 dead

A shocking tragedy occurred towards the end of an Ariana Grande concert, in Manchester, UK, leaving nineteen dead and over fifty severely injured.

Ariana Grande, a popular pop star, 23, had a number of adolescent fans attending her concert in Manchester Arena, and the terrorist attack occurred as fans exited the arena.

Pink balloons were falling from the ceiling, Ariana's signature style of ending a concert,  as the bomb blasts occurred, which are being said as apparent suicide bombings.

Confusion, fear and mayhem gripped the arena, as people ran, causing a stampede, looking for their loved ones.

Ariana's concert had children as young as six attending it, and the blasts are said to be the deadliest since the 2005 London Subway attacks.

The songstress's team reported her as being in 'hysterics' over the incident, though no harm came on to her.

Ariana is currently on an international tour supporting her 2016 album 'Dangerous Woman', and is adored by a number of young, teen and even adult fans all over the world.

The Arena can hold up to 21,000 spectators, though it is unclear how many people were in attendance at the concert.

People took to Twitter and social media networks to look for their loved ones, and one witness reports the incident as 'a loud bang with smoke filling the air.'

The police and the British Ministry are treating the blasts as acts of terrorism, and along with politicians, celebrities including Demi Lovato and Katy Perry took to Twitter to lead their support for Ariana and her fans.

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