Celebrities React to the Ariana Grande Concert Explosion in Manchester

Our thoughts are with the victims and families today.

Last night, a reported suicide bomber killed at least 22 people and injured 50 fans (opens in new tab) in an explosion following an Ariana Grande pop concert in Manchester.

According to the Telegraph (opens in new tab), the bombing is the worst terror attack to hit Britain since the 2005 suicide bomb attacks in London and came four years to the day of Lee Rigby's murder by Islamist extremists.

As a result, celebrities have taken to Twitter to express their sadness and give an outpouring of love and support to the families and victims of those following the horrific ordeal.

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Our thoughts are with the families, victims and the city of Manchester today.

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