She famously felt the threat of Islamic terrorism first-hand, last year.
And, clearly, pop star Ariana Grande is still suffering from the emotional and psychological fall-out.
The chart-topper, 25, has confessed that she suffers panic attacks after the incident, which saw when Salman Ramadan Abedi detonate a home-made bomb in Manchester’s MEN Arena on 22 May 2017.
The explosion happened as she performed her closing song, Dangerous Woman.
As a result, twenty-three people were killed, including the 22-year-old attacker, and 139 were wounded, more than half of them children.
She told Vogue magazine: "I couldn’t breathe, I felt upside down", she said.
“It’s hard to talk about because so many people have suffered such severe, tremendous loss. But yeah, it’s a real thing.
“I know those families and my fans, and everyone there experienced a tremendous amount of it as well. Time is the biggest thing.”
Later, she told Elle : "When I got home from touring, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn’t breathe.
“There were a couple of months straight where I felt so upside down."
Her comments are published shortly after her fiance, Pete Davidson, sparked anger when he allegedly joked about the attack.
The 24-year-old comedian, best known for his sketches on Saturday Night Live, is reported to have commented on Grande’s stratospheric fame by saying: "Britney Spears didn’t have a terror attack at her concert".
She later responde don Twitter, saying: "This has been v tough & conflicting on my heart.
"He uses comedy to help ppl feel better ab how f-ed up things in this world are. We all deal w trauma differently. I of course didn’t find it funny.
"It was months ago & his intention wasn’t/is never malicious."
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