Tributes Pour In For Victims Of Explosion At Ariana Grande Concert

Tributes Pour In For Victims Of Explosion At Ariana Grande Concert
Doireann Garrihy
Doireann Garrihy

23 May 2017

Figures from the entertainment world have paid paid tribute to the victims of an explosion at Ariana Grande's Manchester concert.

22 people were killed and 59 others injured in the attack. The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Ian Hopkins, has described the attack as "the most horrific incident we have had to face in Greater Manchester".

Ariana Grande took to Twitter this morning, saying she was "broken".


Nicki Minaj, Niall Horan, Taylor Swift and many more have taken to social media with tributes to the victims.








 

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The official Little Mix Twitter account asked for help in the whereabouts of 2 teens, Chloe Rutherford and Liam Curry.


Football clubs Manchester United and Manchester City tweeted about the tragedy and retweeted some of their players, past and present. 




 

An unofficial symbol of support has been shared on social media. It shows Ariana's iconic bunny ears twisted into the shape of a ribbon.

 

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