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The drummer went on to confirm the band were all safe, but admitted that the 'painful memory will live with them all forever' in the message, posted to Twitter.A suicide bomber had targeted Ariana's sell-out concert at the Manchester Arena on Monday night, leaving at least 22 dead and 119 more injured after the explosion rang out through the venue's lobby.'A rep for the star has not confirmed the claims, but tells Mail Online: 'Due to the tragic events in Manchester the Dangerous Woman tour with Ariana Grande has been suspended until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost.'We ask at this time that we all continue to support the city of Manchester and all those families affected by this cowardice and senseless act of violence.He continued: 'It's so heartbreaking because so many little ones attend our shows...I just keep thinking about them.'Aaron finished his statement by confirming to fans that the singer and the rest of the team escaped unharmed - but that they will forever be mentally scarred by the shocking attack.'I'm extremely thankful that no one on the touring crew was physically hurt but this painful memory will live with us all forever,' he concluded. It's so surreal...' Ariana has remained silent on social media since telling fans she felt 'broken' and was 'so so sorry' following the attack at her concert on Monday.Our way of life has once again been threatened but we will overcome this together.'After the devastating attack by British-born suicide bomber Salman Abedi, who detonated a device filled with nails and bolts in the packed foyer of the venue, Ariana tweeted her followers to say she was 'broken' by the news.
Words cannot express our sorrow for the victims and families harmed in this senseless attack.'Reached out': An account dedicated to the pop superstar claims that the devastated singer has pledged to help the families of the 22 people who lost their lives in the bombing of Manchester Arena following her concert As the chaos following the attack unfurled on Monday night, it has been claimed that the singer's mother Joan immediately escorted terrified fans to safety backstage after the explosion was first heard.The site reports that Joan had still been sitting in her seat on the front row when the bomb detonated in the venue's lobby after the show - and was quick to come to the aid of surrounding fans.Fellow concert-goers reveal Joan had called as many as 10 children to follow her backstage, leading them to safety seconds after the attack that has killed 22 and left 119 injured.The site reports that Joan had been preparing to visit her daughter backstage and congratulate her on another tour performance, when the suicide bomber targeted the sell-out concert.
Ariana Grande has reportedly offered to cover the funeral costs of the victims of Monday's terror attack in Manchester, according to reports.