Grande sus­pends tour af­ter deadly Manch­ester at­tack

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NEW YORK: Pop star Ari­ana Grande on Wed­nes­day sus­pended her tour un­til early June at the ear­li­est af­ter a deadly at­tack on her show in Manch­ester that left 22 peo­ple dead.

“Due to the tragic events in Manch­ester, the ‘Dan­ger­ous Woman’ tour with Ari­ana Grande has been sus­pended un­til we can fur­ther as­sess the sit­u­a­tion and pay our proper re­spects to those lost,” a state­ment from her man­age­ment at Uni­ver­sal Music said.

Grande, who has re­turned to the United States, can­celled shows sched­uled for yes­ter­day and Fri­day at London’s 02 Arena as well as con­certs through June 5 in Bel­gium, Ger­many, Poland and Switzer­land, her man­age­ment said.

Grande is ten­ta­tively sched­uled to re­sume the tour on June 7 at the

Bercy arena in Paris.

A sui­cide bomber set off the blast mo­ments af­ter the singer left the stage on Mon­day at the 21,000-ca­pac­ity

Manch­ester Arena.

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