Ariana Grande Manchester terror attack: Concert support act BIA shares Twitter message following terrorist attack which left 22 dead

BIA, the support act for Ariana Grande, has posted an emotional message [Getty]

22 people died and over 50 have been injured in the horrific attack, which occurred just outside one of the exits of the 21,000 capacity arena.

And now, Ariana’s US support act BIA, real name Bianca Landau, has spoken out following the incident. 

In a simple tweet, BIA – who performed on the same evening as the horror incident – wrote: “My heart is broken.”

Ariana Grande was playing at the MEN Arena [Getty]

BIA posted this message to fans [BIA/Twitter]

She later posted: “Praying for everyone tonight please get home safe.”

Ariana has since suspended all her tour dates since the terror attack, reports TMZ.

The 23-year-old singer had just finished her final song at the MEN Arena when 22 people were killed at the concert.

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British police guard the entrance to the Manchester Arena stadium [Getty]

Sources say Ariana won’t perform in London on Thursday, and will put her entire tour on hold.

Ariana was due to perform in England, Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland.

The sources say she will re-evaluate tour scheduling when she’s emotionally ready.

Medics deploy at the scene of a reported explosion during a concert in Manchester, England [Getty]

Ariana has spoken out in a heartbreaking tweet in the aftermath of a ‘terror attack’ on Twitter.

The singer wrote in a heartbreaking tweet: “Broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”

Greater Manchester Police confirmed the incident happened at 10:30pm, on May 22.

A statement released on their Twitter page read: “Just before 10:35pm on Monday 22 May 2017, police were called to reports of an explosion at Manchester Arena.”

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