A little more than a year ago, famous signer Ariana Grande had already finished her first two shows of her Dangerous Woman tour, in Manchester. Sadly, a suicide bomber detonated an explosive while people were getting out of the arena, killing 22 fans and injuring hundreds of others. Now, in the most recent edition of the British Vogue magazine, the songstress revealed that it was the year that changed everything. Back then, after the attack, Ariana canceled a few shows and a week later, she returned with a touching tribute to her fans that lost their lives in that attack, the One Love Manchester benefit concert.
More than a year has passed, and while life goes on, the Grammy nominated singer is getting ready for the release of her fourth album, called Sweetener. However, Grande has also revealed that while she let time do the healing, she struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder after that attack. But the singer does not want to talk about herself, considering how much others have suffered after that tragic event.
Ariana Grande reveals fight with PTSD
She revealed that when she got home after the attack, she experienced severe anxiety and dizziness, which were clear signs of PTSD. Ariana said that everyone kept telling her this, but she didn’t want to listen and complain, considering the level of suffering that some of her fans endured. The songstress said that the passage of time helped her a lot but that she doesn’t want to talk about what happened because she always starts crying.
A year after the bombing, Ariana made her comeback to music with the hit single No Tears Left to Cry. She said that she started working on this new album as soon as she came back home from the tour, last year. She was experiencing severe anxiety and working in the studio helped her a lot, even if people were telling her that she was crazy.
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