‘IT’S SCARY, BUT HAVE TO’

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Singer Ari­ana Grande says she wants to go on tour but be­ing ‘away from home’ is ‘scary’ for her right now. On Fri­day, the 25-year-old singer ex­pressed her de­sire to go on tour to re­con­nect with her Ari­ana­tors, re­ports peo­ple.com. “I’m antsy. can’t sit still. i wanna tour now. yes­ter­day i just wanted to sit home for­ever but to­day I wnt to do show and see you... i am work­ing on it. I’ll keep ya posted,” Grande re­sponded to a fan who told her to “take all the time” she needed to heal.

While many fans were elated to hear about the po­ten­tial tour, some were hes­i­tant with one per­son telling the singer, “we don’t want you to go on tour and then re­gret it.”

“Like maybe i’ll do a mini one. I cant do what i did last time right now. That i do know. what­ever it is i hope it’s okay with you. I just love and miss you. Ev­ery­body telling me I need to take time but I am...,” Grande added.

The tweets come just one day af­ter the singer went on so­cial me­dia to vent yet again.

The past cou­ple of weeks for Grande have been noth­ing short of chal­leng­ing. On Septem­ber 7, Grande’s ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller died of an ap­par­ent over­dose at 26 years old.

In ad­di­tion to her grief, Grande pre­vi­ously opened up about cop­ing with anx­i­ety and PTSD af­ter a sui­cide bomber killed 22 peo­ple and in­jured more than 500 in a ter­ror­ist at­tack at the Manch­ester show of her Dan­ger­ous Wo­man Tour in May of 2017.

As a re­sult, the singer’s team an­nounced she will be tak­ing some time out of the spot­light. Grande and her iancé Pete David­son de­cided to skip the 2018 Emmy Awards on Sept. 17 de­spite David­son’s show Satur­day Night Live win­ning for va­ri­ety sketch se­ries.

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