Ariana Grande Wasn't Sure She'd Ever Perform Again After Manchester Bombing

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Kevin Mazur/One Love Manchester/Getty Images for One Love ManchesterAriana Grande's reaction to the the terrorist bombing in Manchester, England that killed more than 20 people outside her concert past year was to stage an all-star benefit concert for the victims and their families.

Last May, 22 people were killed and hundreds were injured in the bombing after Grande's concert at the city centre venue.

Ariana has shown incredible strength in the immediate aftermath of the bombing and in the months since; but she admitted it's a constant weight she bears even now. Jimmy Fallon briefly mentioned the bombing at the tail end of his interview with her. In just four hours of the post, the singer has already received 1.2 million likes, as well as 19,000 comments with the overwhelming majority of fans applauding Grande for being so courageous. Many of Grande's friends, including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, and Miley Cyrus, took time out of their busy schedules to join Grande onstage to raise money. Sam Landsky wrote the profile on the pop star and she talked about Manchester. They then chose to put on the concert. "She looked at me like I was insane", Braun stated.

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"I never opened up about it, because I thought that was how life was supposed to feel."
I can't put on these outfits. "If I don't do something, these people died in vain", she told Braun.

Two days later, Grande decided that she had to do something, so, along with Braun, she organized the One Love Manchester concert.

Grande, 24, whose first new music after the attack, No Tears Left To Cry, alluded to the atrocity, described the bomb as the "absolute worst of humanity". That's why I did my best to react the way I did.

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"The last thing I would ever want is for my fans to see something like that happen and think it won", she told Time magazine. "I wish there was more that I could fix", Grande continued. "When you're handed a challenge, instead of sitting there and complaining about it, why not try to make something handsome?" she says. "But every day I wait for that peace to come and it's still very painful".

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