Ariana Grande finally talks about the Manchester bombing: "It's still very painful"

Ariana Grande finally talks about the Manchester bombing:

Almost a year after the bombing at her Manchester concert left 22 people dead and more than 500 injured, pop artist Ariana Grande has opened up about the vast impact the incident had on her mental health.

Twenty-two individuals had been killed and greater than 500 injured when a suicide bomber detonated an explosive system as followers had been leaving her live performance within the metropolis on 22 Might final yr.

Recalling the tragic incident almost a year on in a candid interview with Time magazine, the American singer, 24, admitted that she didn't want her fans to think that "something like that had won" - yet still found it "very painful" herself.

Grande told TIME that processing the incident "is going to take forever". The 'Dangerous Woman' artist further said that music is supposed to be the "safest thing in the world". "However each day I watch for that peace to return and it is nonetheless very painful".

Grande and Braun organized One Love Manchester, a star-studded benefit concert that raised more than $12 million for victims and their families.


"I'm crying", she confesses to the magazine, "but I'm happy". "I was in therapy more", she said, adding that, while she has dealt with anxiety in the past, "I never opened up about it, because I thought that was how life was supposed to feel". "Something so negative. It's the absolute worst of humanity". But she also said she doesn't want to talk about the attack, noting that doing so would "give it.power".

"That's why I did my best to react the way I did", Ariana continues. I can't put on these outfits. He told her they have to set up a concert and get back over to Manchester.

The 24-year-old American singer advised Time journal: "The very last thing I'd ever need is for my followers to see one thing like that occur and suppose it received".

But a few days later, Grande reportedly called Braun and told him she'd changed her mind: "If I don't do something, these people died in vain".

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