Published: Sat, May 27, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Ariana Grande's half-brother postpones London gig 'to be with family'

Ariana Grande's half-brother postpones London gig 'to be with family'

Though she may have to resume her worldwide tour, Grande's family is hoping she will stay put.

American singer Ariana Grande says she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert to raise money for attack victims and their families.

Scottish schoolgirl Eilidh MacLeod loved music, from listening to Ariana Grande to playing the bagpipes with her band.

He listed three main points that explained why she has nothing to apologise for, to not rush back to her world tour and finally, when she feels ready, to sing again.

"But her friends do not think that Ariana will be able to stay in Florida in hiding for that long".

The young singer has reportedly been in hysterics since the attack, and has felt like much of it was her fault.

British media reported that she was with her husband and two children, and that all three others were injured in the bombing.

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She said the mother of three daughters was "irreplaceable, much loved and will never be forgotten".

"You don't have a dadgum thing to apologize for", he wrote first, arguing that Grande wouldn't claim responsibility for a drunk driving accident or a tornado hitting Manchester and killing several people, and likewise shouldn't claim responsibility for the attack. If some jackass had gotten drunk and killed someone with his auto next to your hotel in Manchester, would you feel responsible?

Five days after a bomber killed 22 people at a concert in Manchester, more than a thousand armed police are on standby as major events including the Football Association Cup Final and the Premiership Rugby Final are expected to draw tens of thousands of people.

However, an open letter to Ariana Grande from a dad in Georgia in the United States who says that his daughters have been fans of hers for years has gone viral.

Students and teachers held a moment's silence and sang "Don't Stop Believin'" to honor her Wednesday, he added.

As a result, a father of three girls from the United States penned an emotional open letter to the 23-year-old performer telling her not to feel responsible or guilty for the death of so many fans and their family members.

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