Reveal - - REAL LIVES -

She was left dev­as­tated when a sui­cide bomber killed her 22 of fans, and in­jured count­less others at her Manch­ester Arena gig in May last year.

Now Ari­ana Grande has up opened about her own bat­tle with post-trau­matic stress dis­or­der, fol­low­ing the or­deal.

‘It’s hard to talk about, be­cause so many peo­ple have suf­fered such se­vere, tremen­dous loss,’ says the No Tears Left

To Cry singer. ‘But, yeah, it’s a real thing. ‘I know those fam­i­lies and my fans, and ev­ery­one there, ex­pe­ri­enced a tremen­dous amount of it as well. Time is the big­gest thing.’

Ari­ana, 24, has stayed in reg­u­lar con­tact with one sur­vivor, Mil­lie Robson, whose legs hit were in the ex­plo­sion.

‘I check in with Mil­lie of­ten on Twit­ter,’ says the US pop star.

Mem­o­ries still haunt her

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