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Ariana Grande Includes Tribute to Manchester Bombing Victims on New Album 'Sweetener'

Ariana Grande Includes Tribute to Manchester Bombing Victims on New Album 'Sweetener'

Ariana Grande is making a silent, but deeply meaningful, gesture.

The 25-year-old “No More Tears Left to Cry” singer included a tribute to those who tragically lost their lives in the bombing at her concert in Manchester, England in 2017 on her new album, Sweetener.

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“Get Well Soon,” the final song on the album – which Ariana previously said was about her state of mind following the terror attack – runs at 5:22 minutes long, with 40 seconds of silence added to reach that mark. The reason? The attack happened on May 22.

Ariana previously included a bee in her music video for “No More Tears Left To Cry,” which is one of the best-known symbols of Manchester.

Listen to “Get Well Soon” below.

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  • Casey C

    kinda nonsensical to make it 5.22 with loads of silence, when the UK writes the date 22.5 what with Manchester being English and all…