Ariana Grande Admits She Didn’t Think She’d Perform Again After Manchester Bombing, Talks Pete Davidson Wedding Date In ‘GMA’ Chat

Ariana Grande discussed everything from the horrific Manchester Arena terror attack to her life with fiance Pete Davidson while chatting with Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America“.

Grande, 25, who has been hard at work promoting her new album Sweetener, also confirmed that her wedding to Pete Davidson, 24, would not be “soon soon,” but would probably take place next year.

As Strahan, 46, asked how she knew Davidson was “the one,” Grande gushed: “It’s just like a feeling.”

She went on, “That’s so cheesy. People are always like, ‘When you know, you know.’ And you’re like, ‘Well, yeah, whatever, okay,'” before she added: “I’m very grateful for him.”

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The “God is a Woman” hitmaker also discussed the explosion that killed 22 and injured hundreds more when a suicide bomber detonated his device following her Manchester gig last May.

Grande insisted she “didn’t think” she would perform again after the incident.

However, she said she eventually realized that “we should set a better example and celebrate their lives, you know what I mean? And try to not let… hate or violence or any kind of darkness of that magnitude win in this scenario.”

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She said she felt “the least we can do is just keep going and sing and love each other and sing louder.”

Watch Grande perform her latest song in the clip below:

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