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She wrote to her fans: 'My thoughts, prayers and tears for all those affected by the Manchester tragedy tonight. Broken hearted for the state of this world.'Many of the stars speaking out were from Manchester, one of the UK's most famous hubs for music.
I'm sending all my love.'Another star due to go out on a world tour later this year, Katy Perry, also responded on the micro blogging site: 'Praying for everyone at @arianagrande's show... Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher wrote: 'In total shock and absolutely devastated about what's gone down in Manchester.
Sending Love and Light to all the families involved.' Shaken: Ariana Grande's pop peers such as Katy Perry, Demi Lovato and Harry Styles - some of the biggest performers in the world - led the celebrity tributes on social media in wake of the Manchester Arena terror attack on Monday night Another rocker from the city, The Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, tweeted: 'Manchester stands together.' Take That singer Gary Barlow added: 'Sad, sad news from Manchester.
Praying for all the victims and families involved.'While another Manchester native Mick Hucknell wrote: 'Heartbreaking news from my hometown. Brainwashed social misfits will not change the way we are, the way we live.' In the US, British chatshow host James Corden opened his The Late Late Show with an impassioned monologue paying his respects to those who had lost their lives while simply trying to watch their idol perform.
'As a father and a human what has happened truly saddens me.
My thoughts are with all of those that have been affected by this tragedy...'His wife, former Spice Girl Victoria - who lived in Manchester at the beginning of their marriage, added: 'My heartfelt thoughts and prayers for all those effected by the tragedy in Manchester last night.'One of the world's biggest performers - Taylor Swift - who packs out arenas across the world revealed she had been left devastated by the attack.
'If this is a terrorist attack, such abhorrent acts of terrorism cannot be justified for any reason, and Japan firmly condemns such an act of terrorism.' Grande's tour, her third time hitting the international concert circuit, kicked off with a February show in Phoenix.
Ok, first the BF -- Ricky Alvarez, he's one of Ariana's backup dancers, and you can see them engage in some serious mouth-to-mouth PDA in this security cam video ...
which wouldn't have come to light if not for the donut incident.
Further stops on her immediate concert trail included scheduled dates in Antwerp, Belgium; Lodz, Poland and Frankfurt, Germany.
The tour was slated to extend through fall, wrapping up September 21 at Hong Kong's Asia World–Arena.