Ariana Grande 'Broken' As She Leads Celebrity Tributes In Wake Of Manchester Terror Attack
Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and more pay tribute to those affected by the attack.
Following a terrorist attack at her show at Manchester Arena last night, Ariana Grande is among the influential figures leading tributes to the victims.
At least 22 people were killed and over 50 injured when a lone bomber is thought to have entered the venue foyer and detonated an explosive device as concert-goers began to leave for home.
Ariana, who was not hurt during the incident and had already left the stage, took to Twitter in the early hours to express her horror, saying: "Broken. From the bottom of my heart, I am so, so sorry. I don't have words."
As the night progressed, musicians and political figures from across the globe have begn to share messages of solidarity.
Here are just a few:
Our thoughts and love is with all those affected by the horrific attack in Manchester.
If you're looking for loved ones caught up in the attack in Manchester, there is an emergency telephone number in place - 0161 856 9400.