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Ariana Grande Singer says she's 'broken' after Manchester concert explosion

The pop star took to Twitter hours after the explosion to write that she was "broken" by the incident.

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Ariana Grande

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Ariana Grande is broken after an explosion that left at least 22 dead and more than 50 injured outside her Manchester Arena concert.

The pop star took to Twitter hours after the explosion to write that she was "broken" by the incident.

Two women wrapped in thermal blankets near the Manchester Arena. play

Two women wrapped in thermal blankets near the Manchester Arena.

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"From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don't have words."

Reports of an explosion in the foyer of the U.K. concert venue came around 10:35 p.m on Monday night, May 22, 2017, following Grande's show.

 

Although her reps say the star was "okay" following the blast, but Manchester Police quickly confirmed that there were the dead and injuries at the scene.

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Police officers and fans close to the Manchester Arena on Monday night.

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Police said the explosion is being treated as a likely "terrorist incident."

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