Ariana Grande left the UK hours after Manchester’s attack on Monday evening where an attacker detonated a bomb in the famous singer’s concert. The deadly attack resulted in the death of 22 people and the injury of many people.

Facetime with survivors?

In order to pay her respects to Manchester’s victims, rumors have been going around that the 23-year-old singer will FaceTime the attack’s survivors.

“She is not planning on visiting the hospitals because she is still shaken up,” a source close to Grande said.

“But she wants to connect with her injured fans on FaceTime or video conferencing, if they are interested.”

Grande already decided to pay for the funerals of the people who were killed in the attack.

Where is Grande now?

Taking her private jet, the famous singer fled the UK and landed in South Florida on Tuesday before heading to Boca Raton, her hometown, to rest and recover from the horrible fatal attack.

Although, the singer should continue with her international tour, yet her family is very hopeful that Grande will stay in Boca Raton and have some rest.

“Ariana’s mom Joan and her grandma really want her to stay with them in Boca Raton for a month or so,” the source stated. “They just want her home until she feels safe again. But her friends do not think that Ariana will be able to stay in Florida in hiding for that long.”

Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun, holds the same thoughts as her friends. Her manager tweeted on Wednesday saying that “fear” shouldn’t be the reason to stop the singer from doing what she loves.

“The wish of terrorism is to take away that feeling of freedom and joy. No. That is my answer. No. We can’t allow it. Fear cannot rule the day,” he said.