Ariana Grande returned to Manchester for the second time this weekend following the devastating terrorist attack that killed 22 people at their May 2017 concert. and admitted that she felt "nervous" and "overwhelmed" when she entered the stage.
Ariana was cheered by the fans when she told the audience, "I love Manchester so much, thank you for bringing me back." , and opened with her song that left no tears left the first single she released after the bombing raid.
But Ariana's appearance in Manchester left many fans disappointed after hundreds were not admitted despite tickets. Understandably, the security precautions on the show were rigorous, but when no one got access to the Mayfield Depot venue after 7 pm ̵
considered it "unacceptable" that they were prevented from entering the set. "No warning, nothing on tickets, email, Twitter or anything. Fans [paid] £ 80 and traveling through country," wrote Seth Mason .
Another person described how they arrived at 3:00 pm, but when they went to the toilet at 8:00 pm they were not allowed to go back.
However, it was explicitly stated on the Manchester Pride Twitter poster: "Last admission to Manchester Pride Live: 19.00".
It was not just the entry problems that disappointed Pride attendees. others commented on how short Ariana's set was. The singer was scheduled to perform at 10:25 pm after performances by Tulisa, Pixie Lott, and others, ending at 11:00 pm.
"Just learned that the Ariana Grande set is only 35 minutes tonight, is it worthwhile going there?" One person posted before the concert.
"The fact that @ManchesterPride raised her ticket prices so much because of Ariana and she only makes a 30 minute set * and * suddenly changed the last entry. The time is up to 7pm (she is at 22.25 on) another sign of what gross-earning it has become, "wrote another .
During her appearance, Ariana Grande referred to the tragedy in 2017 making every return from her to Manchester so poignant.
"I just wanted to take a moment to thank you so much for having me here tonight, for so many reasons," she told the crowd.
 On Monday, May 22, 2017, Ariana Grande recorded her & # 39; Dangerous Woman & # 39; world tour in the Manchester Arena. After the concert, 22-year-old Salman Abedi lit a homemade bomb in the foyer at 10:30 pm as the crowd departed. 22 people were killed and many more injured.
In an interview the year after the terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena, Ariana Grande announced that she had been exposed to post-traumatic stress (PTSD) after the bomb. "I do not think I'll ever know how to talk about it and not cry," she said in a cover interview with British Vogue. Ariana Grande, Manchester Ariana Joined The One Love Manchester Benefit Concert After The Terror Attack At Their Concert
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