Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande poured her heart out in the note she uploaded on Instagram after officially closing her European tour. Pictured: The “Dangerous Woman” singer performing during the “One Love Manchester” benefit concert in Manchester, England on June 4, 2017. Getty Images/Dave Hogan

Ariana Grande is officially done with the European leg of her Dangerous Woman tour, and the singer was greatly moved by the support her fans showed her following the devastating bombing incident during her show last May. Grande thanked her fans and also admitted how the rest of her tour in Europe became “very healing and special” for her.

On Sunday, Grande took to Instagram to express her gratitude toward the people who supported her tour in Europe despite the Manchester bombing. “At the close of this European leg of my Dangerous Woman tour, I just wanted to thank you properly for the overwhelming love and support you’ve shown me, my crew, and each other during this challenging time,” the 23-year-old actress-singer wrote alongside a short clip of one of her performances in her final European concert in Turin, Italy.

Grande continued by saying that “spending this time with you this month has been so very healing and special!” She then thanked her fans for their generosity in helping her raise funds for the families of the victims through the One Love Manchester concert early this June.

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“Thank you for bringing your absolute, brightest, most passionate, contagious energy to these shows and for wiping my tears away,” she stated. Finally, Grande noted that she’s “immensely grateful” to her fans before writing, “I hope you can feel my love, wherever you are because I’m sending you all that I’ve got. See you so soon.”

After her sweet gesture for her fans, Grande took the time to thank the people who joined her in the series of shows she did in Europe, especially her dancers. In one post, Mac Miller’s girlfriend thanked her good friend and backup dancer Brian Nicholson, whom Grande already considers as her brother, for the hard work, strength and inspiration. In a follow-up, the Hollywood star posted a photo of the entire dance crew and wrote: “Grateful to perform beside this incredible group of human beings/artists every night.”

Meanwhile, Grande reportedly got a bee tattoo to memorialize the victims of the May 22 bombing, which killed 22 and injured 100. The bee is apparently the symbol of the British city. It was said that some of Grande’s crew also got matching tattoos with the songstress.