Ariana Grande Sings Tribute To Manchester Victims In Paris
Ariana Grande is one incredibly strong 23-year-old.
In the aftermath of the attack at her Manchester concert that left 22 dead, Grande has shown compassion, resilience, and overwhelming love for the victims, their families, and her fans.
The Dangerous Woman singer initially suspended part of her tour but returned to Manchester for a benefit concert on June 4, first stopping by the hospital to visit fans who were injured in the attack.
While it would be understandable for Grande to take an extended break from music, she's already back on the road.
On June 7, Grande resumed her tour in Paris with a memorable show that included her top hits, a duet with boyfriend Mac Miller, and a stirring performance of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow," which she also sang at the benefit concert and released as a single to raise more money for the victims of the attack.
In the video below, you can see the song was just as emotional and beautiful the second time she sang it live.
The "Side To Side" singer has shown nothing but poise in the face of horrific tragedy, and the love between the pop star and her fans is evident in videos from last night's concert.
Earlier in the day, Grande posted a photo of the Eiffel Tower to her Instagram, writing,
First show back tonight. Thinking of our angels every step of the way. I love you with all my heart. Grateful for and incredibly proud of my band, dancers and entire crew. I love you I love you.
After the concert, she posted another photo, writing,
Merci, Paris Je t'aime Grateful to be back
She also posted a video of herself performing while holding hands with people in the crowd.
The UK leg of Grande's Dangerous Woman tour continues on Friday in Lyon, France. It looks like concertgoers can expect an incredible night.