How celebrities are reacting to the suspected terror attack at Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert

Ariana Grande
Grande said she was ‘broken’ following the attack. Kevin Winter / Getty

Celebrities and politicians around the world are reaching out to express their horror at the deadly suspected terror attack at Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert on Monday which has left at least 22 people dead and 59 others injured.

The singer herself has suspended the European leg of her world tour for the time being, with TMZ reporting that she was “inconsolable” and “in hysterics” when she learned of the casualties following the explosion, which police are treating as a suspected terror attack.

Grande posted the tweet below early this morning following the attack, saying that she was “broken.”

Her manager, Scooter Braun, tweeted out a message which read: “Tonight, our hearts are broken. Words cannot express our sorrow for the victims and families harmed in this senseless attack.”

Ever since, celebrites have flocked to their social media feeds to express their sympathies for those affected by the attack.

These are some of the reactions from the entertainment world.

Ellie Goulding

Taylor Swift 

Katy Perry

Demi Lovato


Gary Lineker

 John Legend

Lily Allen

 Bruno Mars

Mars is also in the middle of an international tour.

Reese Witherspoon

John Mayer

Jennifer Lopez

Dwayne Johnson

Wayne Rooney

Rio Ferdinand

Liam Gallagher

Nicki Minaj

Harry Styles

Niall Horan

Cristiano Ronaldo


Selena Gomez


Kendall Jenner

Ellen DeGeneres

Ryan Seacrest

Lena Dunham

Boy George

James Corden

Corden sent a message to Manchester on The Late Late Show.

 Chloe Grace Moretz

Olly Murs

 Khloe Kardashian

Kylie Minogue

Justin Timberlake

Liam Payne

Louis Tomlinson

A number of prominent politicians and people in the business world have also expressed their condolences.

Jeremy Corbyn

Sadiq Khan

Nicola Sturgeon

Justin Trudeau

Tim Cook

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