Ariana Grande shared a rapidly-deleted message on her Snapchat hinting that she could be making a triumphant return to Manchester Arena, two years after the tragic terrorist attack which took place at her concert.
On 22 May 2017, 22 people were killed in an attack on Manchester Arena, with over 500 concert-goers being injured following Ariana’s concert.
The US singer had just finished performing her set, when 22-year-old Salman Abedi detonated a bomb at the end of the singer’s concert as fans were leaving the venue.
Ariana seemingly posted a list of 2019 UK tour dates on Snapchat this week – but rapidly deleted the post.
The barely legible print-screen of Ariana’s Snapchat story saw dates including Scotland, East Midlands, London’s O2 Arena and Manchester.
Fans in their masses took to social media to share their surprise over what happened, with one writing: “This was posted on Ariana’s snapchat regarding tour dates but she deleted it quickly after, did she do it on purpose?”
Ariana Grande leads tributes to the victims of the horrific Manchester terror attack at her concert one year on [Getty ]
Another said: “What happened there – is she teasing us?”
OK! Online have contacted a representative for Ariana for comment.
Ticketmaster seemingly confirmed Ariana – who is engaged to Pete Davidson – is all set to go on tour, Tweeting: “@ArianaGrande is set for a 2019 UK tour. Pre-order her upcoming album Sweetener before 23:59 Thursday 23 August to get presale access: http://bit.ly/2MAqIPY.
On the year anniversary of the horrific attack, Ariana posted a heartfelt message to her fans and those effected by the tragic events.
“Thinking of you all today and every day,” she wrote on Twitter.
“I love you with all of me and am sending you all of the light and warmth I have to offer on this challenging day.”