The thing is, while Ariana Grande has put on a brave face and visited the victims of the Manchester bombing, hosted the One Love concert and returned to her Dangerous Woman Tour, the star is still in shock over what happened.
The singer has done a great job of continuing on for her fans, but according to a close source, she is still struggling to deal with the trauma.
“Ariana isn’t doing well at all,” an insider told Life & Style. “She feels responsible and can’t shake the sound of the bomb. But the screams are what make her incredibly emotional. She can’t stop thinking about them.”
Ariana's head of worldwide touring, Chris Gratton has also revealed that the singer is still in a bad place mentally.
“[Ariana's] going through a very tough time and she’s really struggling,” he said. “It’s a scary, scary situation.”
Recent reports have claimed that the attack has "changed" the 23-year-old forever.
“She will never forget this moment in her life and she will never ever forget what happened," an insider told HollywoodLife.com.
“It has changed her and she will always honour those hurt and lost in Manchester,” the source added.
“She refuses to ever forget and as the anniversaries come and go it will still mean as much to her as it did now. And she hopes that everyone realises that as times passes that she is still with them and is devoted to the people of Manchester and considers them family.”
It's so incredible that Ari has had the courage to continue on with the tour after what has happened, but here's hoping that she's taking care of herself BTS.
Ariana will bring her Dangerous Woman Tour Down Under this September.
This article previously appeared on Girlfriend.