Amid Intense Security, Ariana Grande Resumes Tour After Manchester Bombing

Ariana is such a class act, says her ex Nathan

Resumed Europe tour of Ariana Grande leads to tight security in Paris

Roads were blocked off around the Bercy concert venue in the east of Paris while police helped security guards check fans as they arrived for the performance.

Security was reportedly upped significantly ahead of the performance at the AccorHotels Arena in the French capital. Other measures taken to secure the venue included the presence of more police and sniffer dogs. Sources revealed that the man, who claimed to be an Algerian student, used a hammer during the attack and shouted: "This is for Syria". Sources also revealed that three armed men exited the vehicle and stabbed innocent bystanders.

"It appears this Ariana is like the Pied Piper of Hamelin, leading a whole generation of young people, and indeed some very young people, to a very risky place", he said, adding that Grande is "indeed a unsafe woman".

Another of Ariana's young fans, 15 year old Lola, refused to be scared by the threat of terrorism.

Tons of her celeb friends like Miley Cryus, Niall Horan, Justin Bieber and Little Mix all took to the stage to sing for the strong people of Manchester but last night, it was just Ariana.

The Manchester concert came the day after attackers targeted the heart of London, killing seven people.

Crowds cheer at the One Love Manchester tribute concert in Manchester, Sunday, June 4. The organizers of the events reportedly expected it to go even higher.

A live recording of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" captured at One Love Manchester has been released on multiple streaming platforms as a charity single, with all proceeds going to Manchester victims.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, with artwork based on the One Love Manchester logo, became available to download on Spotify on Wednesday.

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