Ariana Grande has ficially resumed her European tour with an emotional concert on Wednesday night (June 7).
The popstar temporarily called f her European trek in the aftermath the deaths 22 fans at her Manchester Arena gig on May 22, when a suspected suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in the venue's foyer.
Having first returned to the stage at last weekend's One Love Manchester benefit gig, Ariana ficially resumed her tour at AccorHotels Arena in Paris on Wednesday with inspiring social media messages bookending the show.
"Thinking our angels every step the way. I love you with all my heart," she captioned a photo the Eiffel Towers. "Grateful for and incredibly proud my band, dancers and entire crew. I love you I love you."
The concert stretched across 25 songs from throughout Grande's career, including her austere version the Wizard Oz classic 'Over the Rainbow'.
Earlier this week, Ariana ficially released her cover 'Over the Rainbow' to raise money for the more than 100 people who were injured in the terrorist bombing.
Picking up her European trek in Paris likely proved poignant for both Grande and her fans, since the city was also targeted by terrorists who killed 130 people across the French capital including during an Eagles Death Metal concert at the Bataclan theatre in 2015.
Watch Ariana Grande's moving rendition 'Over the Rainbow' from last weekend's One Love Manchester fundraising concert below:
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