MANCHESTER ATTACK: Ariana Grande ‘s Dangerous Woman tour is still up in the air after the Manchester bombing that left 22 dead and scores more injured at the star’s gig on Monday night.
The singer is yet to make an announcement as fans anxiously wait to hear if her London dates planned for Thursday and Friday this week will go ahead.
And The O2 Arena – where the gigs are due to take place – have confirmed that a final decision is yet to be made.
In a statement, The O2 tweeted: “Thanks to everyone who has been in touch. We’re still in contact with the tour promoters regarding a final decision. As yet the tour is not officially postponed or cancelled, despite media reports.
“We promise that as soon as we have clear information we’ll let everyone know. Thank you again for bearing with us in what is a difficult time for all involved.”
Meanwhile fans have been supportive of Ariana and understanding about the delay.
“Her not coming tomorrow is not ‘letting people down’. I know you’re all dying to see her in concert but I highly doubt she’s able to perform in this condition. She needs time to heal, after all this has been traumatising to all and she should put herself first now,” one fan tweeted.
“It’s frustrating that they haven’t confirmed it. There’s no way she’s capable of performing she should take a break,” another added.
“It needs to be postponed ASAP officially… thanks for updates but even if not postponed I won’t feel it’s right to attend so won’t be going,” another fan wrote. Read more from the source