The wait is over.
After a cryptic digital promotion Ariana Grande debuted on late Thursday night with new music. "No Tears Left to Cry" is Grande & # 39; s first single from their upcoming album – and the first to be released after a bomb attack cost 22 fans at a concert in Manchester in May 2017.
"I do not think I've gone through everything that's so traumatic as we went through [what]," said Grande five months after the attack, giving Coveteur a rare interview. "So … [touring] can be a lot."
Grande canceled seven shows right after the incident and quickly organized a charity concert, One Love Manchester, which raised millions of dollars for the British Red Cross. On June 7, the pop stars resumed their Dangerous Woman Tour at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, finishing their final stage in Hong Kong in September. "Calling and going home was not an option, the show's message was too important, it was more than just a show for the crew and everyone involved," she said. "We are really thankful to be here and really thankful for this show."
"I'm really grateful – I love what I do One of my favorite things to do is to influence and be there for my fans – to know that what I create somehow helps them Even if they only feel empowered when they get ready in the morning, help them with a heartache or find something they love about themselves. I think about them with everything I create, "the singer explained "Into You". She added that her fans were "all the time inspiration on this tour, [they] keep up the good work, I could not have done that without their love, motivation or inspiration."
After a tour, Grande said she was planning to "check on my health."
In January, Grande Manager, Scooter Brown said she was still upset about what had happened in Manchester. There was nothing that could stop us, she felt every pain, "Braun said in a podcast Big Questions with Cal Fussman . "Every face they announced, every name, she wore it on her sleeve – like any other emotion – because she is."
Grande went into a self-imposed social media break and returned to the show march for our life rally in Washington, DC, March 24. Weeks later, she began teasing new music in a series of Instagram and Twitter updates. Then she gave her songs and sweatshirts the title of the song (written upside down) that promotes Hailey Baldwin and Kim Kardashian online