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by:Kenwei      2019-08-31
Ariana Grande burst into tears as she discussed the Manchester bombings, which she said changed her life. The 25-year-
On May 2017, a bomb detonated and 22 people were killed in the Manchester Arena. A year later, she could not discuss the tragedy without crying.
Ebro Darden for radio Beats 1, Ariana-
She just released her new album, sweetener.
Said: \"Obviously [if you see it]
On the news, it will affect you, but it will not affect you in the same way.
You don\'t feel good. You tweet, you send pictures, you send condolences, what do you say, and then move on.
But it\'s Christmas. You\'re thinking about it. It\'s like. . .
I\'m sorry, I\'m sorry.
Ariana burst into tears before continuing.
\"It\'s like people are always affected by this shit, like, perspective,\" she said.
It changes everything, it changes your life.
You want more to exist, follow the urge to be happy, find the answer later, and stay in the present.
\"Just a few weeks after the attack, Ariana returned to Manchester City for a concert in Manchester, where she brought her famous friends together for a big fundraising show, she said she knew she had to set an example for her fans.
\"You try not to give in to fear, because obviously that\'s the whole point of coming here,\" she said.
This is the full purpose of my end of the tour and is to set an example for my fans who are fearlessly present on the f * king show.
Are you kidding?
\"You want to set the same example and move on.
You don\'t want to be afraid because, of course, if you give them, they win and that\'s what they want.
\"Due to the attack, Ariana reinforced her personal safety and banned fans from bringing big bags for her concert.
She said: \"The fact is that it is terrible to go anywhere and you will look at places and travel in a different way.
I don\'t like to feel safe everywhere, I don\'t like to do those things, which makes me feel [inhuman]and weird.
I don\'t like this.
I know people just want to take care of me, but I want to run away with my friends, run around and be free.
But when this happens, you think about it in a different way.
\"I don\'t want to have metal detectors in my show, and I don\'t want people to carry small asshole bags in my show, but, you \'d better bring a small asshole bag, do you know what I mean?
It\'s terrible, it\'s some real sh * t.
You don\'t want to give in and be afraid, but it still exists.
Ariana Grande burst into tears as she discussed the Manchester bombings, which she said changed her life. The 25-year-
On May 2017, a bomb detonated and 22 people were killed in the Manchester Arena. A year later, she could not discuss the tragedy without crying.
Ebro Darden for radio Beats 1, Ariana-
She just released her new album, sweetener.
Said: \"Obviously [if you see it]
On the news, it will affect you, but it will not affect you in the same way.
You don\'t feel good. You tweet, you send pictures, you send condolences, what do you say, and then move on.
But it\'s Christmas. You\'re thinking about it. It\'s like. . .
I\'m sorry, I\'m sorry.
Ariana burst into tears before continuing.
\"It\'s like people are always affected by this shit, like, perspective,\" she said.
It changes everything, it changes your life.
You want more to exist, follow the urge to be happy, find the answer later, and stay in the present.
\"Just a few weeks after the attack, Ariana returned to Manchester City for a concert in Manchester, where she brought her famous friends together for a big fundraising show, she said she knew she had to set an example for her fans.
\"You try not to give in to fear, because obviously that\'s the whole point of coming here,\" she said.
This is the full purpose of my end of the tour and is to set an example for my fans who are fearlessly present on the f * king show.
Are you kidding?
\"You want to set the same example and move on.
You don\'t want to be afraid because, of course, if you give them, they win and that\'s what they want.
\"Due to the attack, Ariana reinforced her personal safety and banned fans from bringing big bags for her concert.
She said: \"The fact is that it is terrible to go anywhere and you will look at places and travel in a different way.
I don\'t like to feel safe everywhere, I don\'t like to do those things, which makes me feel [inhuman]and weird.
I don\'t like this.
I know people just want to take care of me, but I want to run away with my friends, run around and be free.
But when this happens, you think about it in a different way.
\"I don\'t want to have metal detectors in my show, and I don\'t want people to carry small asshole bags in my show, but, you \'d better bring a small asshole bag, do you know what I mean?
It\'s terrible, it\'s some real sh * t.
You don\'t want to give in and be afraid, but it still exists.
Ariana Grande burst into tears as she discussed the Manchester bombings, which she said changed her life. The 25-year-
On May 2017, a bomb detonated and 22 people were killed in the Manchester Arena. A year later, she could not discuss the tragedy without crying.
Ebro Darden for radio Beats 1, Ariana-
She just released her new album, sweetener.
Said: \"Obviously [if you see it]
On the news, it will affect you, but it will not affect you in the same way.
You don\'t feel good. You tweet, you send pictures, you send condolences, what do you say, and then move on.
But it\'s Christmas. You\'re thinking about it. It\'s like. . .
I\'m sorry, I\'m sorry.
Ariana burst into tears before continuing.
\"It\'s like people are always affected by this shit, like, perspective,\" she said.
It changes everything, it changes your life.
You want more to exist, follow the urge to be happy, find the answer later, and stay in the present.
\"Just a few weeks after the attack, Ariana returned to Manchester City for a concert in Manchester, where she brought her famous friends together for a big fundraising show, she said she knew she had to set an example for her fans.
\"You try not to give in to fear, because obviously that\'s the whole point of coming here,\" she said.
This is the full purpose of my end of the tour and is to set an example for my fans who are fearlessly present on the f * king show.
Are you kidding?
\"You want to set the same example and move on.
You don\'t want to be afraid because, of course, if you give them, they win and that\'s what they want.
\"Due to the attack, Ariana reinforced her personal safety and banned fans from bringing big bags for her concert.
She said: \"The fact is that it is terrible to go anywhere and you will look at places and travel in a different way.
I don\'t like to feel safe everywhere, I don\'t like to do those things, which makes me feel [inhuman]and weird.
I don\'t like this.
I know people just want to take care of me, but I want to run away with my friends, run around and be free.
But when this happens, you think about it in a different way.
\"I don\'t want to have metal detectors in my show, and I don\'t want people to carry small asshole bags in my show, but, you \'d better bring a small asshole bag, do you know what I mean?
It\'s terrible, it\'s some real sh * t.
You don\'t want to give in and be afraid, but it still exists.
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