MANCHESTER TERROR ATTACK: Celebrities shares their tributes for victims

Celebrities in their numbers have taken to their social media handles to pay tribute to the victims of the horrific Manchester Arena terror attack on Monday night.

No fewer than 22 people including children are reported dead and more than 59 are injured after a suicide bomber targeted young gig-goers at a packed Ariana Grande concert.
Many celebrities from the worlds of music, film and entertainment have passed on their condolences following the devastating incident which will hugely affect the way concerts are kept secure in UK in the future.
Read some of their tweets here:
Piers Morgan  @piersmorgan
"Who targets a pop concert full of young children? This is depravity beyond human comprehension. #manchester"
KATY PERRY  @katyperry
"Broken hearted for the families tonight. Broken hearted for Ari. Broken hearted for the state of this world"
Anne Alexander @Annemariealex
"Police now confirm it was a suicide bomber, saying he detonated a device, and died at the scene. #manchesterexplosion"
Victoria Beckham  @victoriabeckham
"My heartfelt thoughts and prayers for all those effected by the tragedy in Manchester last night  🙏🏻 x VB #Manchester"
Liam  @LiamPayne
"To see what has happened in Manchester makes me really sad. My thoughts are with those that are experiencing such tragedy at this time"
Lewis Hamilton  @LewisHamilton
"What is happening to this world when you're not even safe at a concert. A sad day, my prayers are with you Manchester #prayformanchester"
Chris Brown @chrisbrown
"The World is falling apart. Wanna send my love to everyone"
Jennifer Lopez  @JLo

"Thoughts, prayers and my whole are with Manchester this evening."
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