Ariana Grande Vows Return To Manchester In Letter To Fans

Grande has released a letter to her fans following the bombing outside of her performance at the Manchester Arena Monday.
Tributes left in St Ann's Square, Manchester for the people who died in Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena. Source: Jeff J Mitchell

On Monday night, a bombing timed to coincide with the end of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester killed 22 people, many children, and injured dozens

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