Celebrities Pay Tribute To The Victims Of The Attack At Ariana Grande’s Concert In Manchester

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by Ellie Wiseman |
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A bomb explosion at Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert has killed at least 22 fans and has left more than 50 injured.

The explosion, which is being treated as a terror attack by Greater Manchester Police, hit the arena at the end of Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman concert as fans were getting up to leave, at approximately 22:35pm.

According to BBC, police believe the attacker was a lone male who detonated an improvised explosive device and died in the blast. They are working to investigate whether the man ‘was acting alone or as part of a network.’

Social media has been used to locate missing children that were caught in the attack and has seen outpourings of love and support for the victims and their loved ones.

A few hours after the incident, Ariana Grande, 23, tweeted that she is 'broken.'

Celebrities including Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and Katy Perry have been paying tribute to those involved.

During the filming of his US talk show The Late Late Show, James Corden delivered an emotional tribute to the victims of the attack.

1975 frontman Matt Healy interupted their concert in Detroit last night to deliver an impassioned speech about the attack in Manchester.

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