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Ariana Grande Returns To The States As Upcoming Tour Dates Are Still Up In The Air

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Ariana is back with her loved ones.

Ariana Grande has left Manchester and is back in her home state of Florida.

While her team is undecided about whether the star will suspend the rest of her tour (despite previous contradictory reports), Ari and her crew are focusing on the victims and less about upcoming shows like Thursday's O2 arena show, according to Billboard's sources.

As we previously reported, the singer tweeted feeling "broken" about the horrific and deadly attack at her concert on Monday night. We can't even imagine what she or any of the others affected by this tragedy have been going through.

Related: Authorities Identify Manchester Bombing Suspect

For now, the star is being surrounded by her loved ones as she and her mom, Joan Grande, and her dog returned to Boca Raton on a private plane. Ariana's back-on again boyfriend Mac Miller even made sure to meet them there, as a source told E! News:

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Here's How You Can Help Following The Tragic Manchester Attack

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We are still in disbelief after the tragedy that hit Manchester last night at Ariana Grande's concert.

As we reported, at least 22 people were killed and 59 were injured after a suicide bomber — named as 22-year-old Salman Ramadan Abedi — attacked Manchester Arena on Monday.

This act of terrorism has left us all feeling heartbroken and helpless. So in effort to show solidarity with the victims and their families, we've gathered a few practical actions you can take to help.

Related: Donald Trump & Theresa May React To The Deadly Manchester Attack

Ch-ch-check out the list (below):

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Authorities Name Manchester Bombing Suspect

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New details on the terrorist attack in Manchester.

A 22-year-old has been identified as the suspected bomber behind the Manchester terrorist attack.

It's been confirmed the man suspected is Salman Abedi, according to a press conference by Greater Manchester Police's Chief Constable Ian Hopkins.

Hopkins did make it clear though that the coroner has yet to formally identify the body, so that's something to note.

Related: Donald Trump & Theresa May React To Attack

It's also said Abedi was known to authorities before the horrifying bombing on Monday. Additionally, authorities are still trying to ascertain whether the suspect was acting alone or as part of a wider network.

Police have arrested one individual so far.

We'll continue to update you with any new developments or details.

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The First Victims Of The Manchester Terrorist Attack Have Been Identified

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Our hearts go out to those affected.

Following a terrorist attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on Monday, 22 people are believed to be dead.

Georgina Callander, an 18-year-old student at Runshaw College, eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos, and 26-year-old John Atkinson from Bury are the first victims to be identified.

According to the Evening Standard, friends of Georgina's revealed the teen died in the hospital with her mother by her side after being one of the first to be rushed in.

Video: James Corden Delivers Poignant Tribute To Manchester

In a heartbreaking tweet, the 18-year-old had mentioned how excited she was to attend the concert:

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Donald Trump & British PM Theresa May React To The Deadly Terrorist Attack At Ariana Grande's Manchester Concert

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What a nightmare.

As we've reported, an attack by a suicide bomber in England left at least 22 dead and 59 injured at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night. One victim is said to be as young as eight years old.

In light of the tragic news, both Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May have made public statements responding to the horrific act of terrorism.

Related: ISIS Takes Responsibility For Fatal Bombing In Manchester

Speaking from his first foreign trip as POTUS, Trump called the people behind the attack "evil losers":

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ISIS Takes Responsibility For The Fatal Bombing At Ariana Grande's Concert As Police Book A SECOND Suspect Linked To The Attack

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Well this is a troubling development.

As we previously reported, 22 people were killed after a suicide bomber detonated a device inside the Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert on Monday. Although the attacker's death has already been confirmed by the police, it's now being said that the culprit did not act alone.

Related: Celebs React To The Manchester Attack

In fact, the cops have apparently nabbed another suspect linked to the fatal bombing. According to the Greater Manchester Police,

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