With the one-year anniversary of the Manchester bombing approaching, Ariana Grande is focusing on the positive. The “No Tears Left to Cry” singer has opened up in a new Time cover story about her mental health in the aftermath of the tragedy, her upcoming album, and the emotional tribute concert she organized last year.
Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun, offered insight on the latter subject, explaining that Grande flew to Florida to stay with her grandmother immediately after the attack happened. When he joined her there, he told her that her fans would need her to perform again, but she wasn’t sure she could.
“She looked at me like I was insane,