Resumed Europe tour of Ariana Grande leads to tight security in Paris

It was thought Ariana's tour was over following the showcase - but the One Last Time singer resumed her tour last night with her first stop being in Paris, France. "I admire her a lot for what she does", 16-year old French fan Azliz Roult told Reuters Television.

Ahead of Wednesday's show, Grande took to Instagram to thank her Parisian fans, writing, "First show back tonight".

'Grateful for and incredibly proud of my band, dancers and entire crew. "Je t'aime. Grateful to be back".

It was one of the most emotional performances of the One Love Manchester concert, and now it's been confirmed that Ariana Grande's rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow has been released as a charity single.

In a short video clip, the singer is seen interacting with fans at the front of the stage and holding their hands. Security staff searched all bags and police with sniffer dogs guarded the venue.

In November 2015, 130 people died when terrorists went on a mass shooting spree across Paris, including at the Bataclan Theatre while Eagles Of Death Metal were performing.

Ariana Grande's Manager Scooter Braun said "I Choose to Live Rather Than Be Afraid", when asked about the "One Love Manchester" concert's security concerns.

Grande, 23, suspended her tour after the bombing at Manchester Arena.

American singer Ariana Grande has called upon her close friends within the industry to join forces for a tribute concert to honour the victims and families of the tragic attack.

Other performers throughout the night included Niall Horan, Katy Perry, Little Mix, Robbie Williams, Take That, and Justin Bieber.

  • Salvatore Jensen