Manchester Arena ‘terror attack’: Ariana Grande ‘suspends’ world tour following explosion at her concert where 22 people were killed

Ariana Grande’s tour has been ‘suspended’ [Getty]

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

Now, TMZ reports the star has suspended all her upcoming world tour dates.

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

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

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.

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

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Ariana Grande was performing at the MEN Arena [Getty]

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.

Police forensic officers walk along a bridge linking Victoria station to the Manchester Arena [Getty]

Greater Manchester police says 22 people have died, with 59 injured.

Witnesses said they heard two loud bangs near the ticket office at the end of the concert, the cause of which is unknown. 

The area around the stadium went into lockdown as authorities continue with their investigations.

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