Amid Intense Security, Ariana Grande Resumes Tour After Manchester Bombing

Playing Ariana Grande Resumes Concert Tour in Paris After Terror Attacks in the U.K.

Ariana Grande resumed her “Dangerous Woman World Tour” in Paris Wednesday night following the terrorist attack at her Manchester Arena concert last month where 22 people were killed.

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“First show back tonight. Thinking of our angels every step of the way. I love you with all my heart,” she posted to Instagram.

The 23-year-old singer has added her cover of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” to her set following her performance of the song at the #OneLoveManchester benefit concert Sunday night in the city.

A live recording of the Wizard of Oz tune from the benefit show has been added to streaming services with proceeds going to the victims’ families.

Read: Ariana Grande Defiant During #OneLoveManchester Concert: 'Love... Is What the World Needs'

Her boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, also performed at the Paris concert.

After the gig, she posted: “Merci, Paris." 

 

Merci, Paris ♡ Je t'aime Grateful to be back ??

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Grande also added a photo of fans holding up signs at the AccorHotels Arena in the City of Light, which read: “We Are Family Forever Nobody Can Break Our Bond."

“Love you from the bottom of my heart to the farthest galaxy and back ? Your (sic) courage, strength, compassion and Light is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen ?Thank you for sharing it with me,” she wrote.

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