Ariana Grande and her management have released statements this morning following the terror attack that took place in Manchester last night.

Grande tweeted in the early hours of this morning that she was "broken" and "so so sorry" following the attack that targeted concert goers as they left her 'Dangerous Woman Tour' at the Manchester Arena late yesterday evening.

Grande's manager Scooter Braun, concert promoter Live Nation's CEO Michael Rapino and Grande's record label Republic Records also shared their condolences via social media, saying their thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected.

TMZ are reporting that Grande has "indefinitely suspended" the rest of her tour which was expected to continue in London on Thursday and Friday this week. The O2 in London has yet to confirm the status of the shows.

Fellow music artists like Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Harry Styles and Lorde have also expressed their sorrow and shared their condolences on social media.

The Irish embassy in the UK and the consular division of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin can be contacted on the numbers below by anyone with concerns for Irish citizens in Manchester.