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Fans beg Justin Bieber to cancel UK tour after Manchester attack

The star is set to perform across the UK from next month

Following the terror attack at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester Arena on Monday, Justin Bieber’s fans are begging the star to cancel his UK concerts.

Justin is set to take to the stage in Cardiff on June 30 and Hyde Park in London on July 2.

But now worried fans have urged the Canadian singer to cancel the UK dates.

Fans are urging Justin to cancel his UK tour (Credit: Instagram)

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Sharing a link to where fans can buy tickets for his Hyde Park appearance Justin, 23, wrote: “UK. @BSTHydePark in July.”

Fans were quick to reply to the star begging him to cancel the gig.

One wrote: “Cancel Justin’s concert in UK please.”

“Stay safe Justin. Cancel shows on UK, we can’t take any risk loosing you,” [sic] another said.

A third tweeted: “CANCEL JUSTIN’S CONCERTS IN UK PLEASE.”

A fourth said: “@scooterbraun please cancel the Manchester tour we beg you @justinbieber we want to keep beliebers and Justin even crew safe.”

Another wrote: “@scooterbraun please cancel the show,do not let the @justinbieber be in danger!!!”

The blast killed 22 people, including an eight-year-old girl, and injured a further 119 people.

US singer Ariana revealed her heartbreak over the horrific attack.

She wrote on Twitter: “broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.”

The bomb exploded shortly after Ariana left the stage (Credit: FameFlynet)

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People across the world have paid their tributes and many celebs have also shown their support to the victims and their families.

Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan wrote: “‘It was full of beautiful little girls and beautiful little boys.’ – eye witness to #ManchesterBombing. Just heart-breaking. RIP.”

“Absolutely sickened & angered by this senseless, evil attack. Thoughts are with everybody effected. Such a disturbing time we live in,” singer Cheryl added.

Aussie heartthrob Peter Andre also paid tribute by saying: “So so shocked to hear about Manchester Beyond belief. Our Thoughts with the victims and their families. Very sad say today.”

Since the attack Ariana has reportedly flown back home to Florida and there are rumours the rest of her tour won’t go ahead.

According to pictures on the MailOnline, the star returned to Boca Raton Airport on Tuesday afternoon and could be seen reuniting with boyfriend Mac Miller.

There has been no official message from her management about whether the tour will carry on.

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