Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ Has Hidden Tribute To Manchester Attack Victims

Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ Has Hidden Tribute To Manchester Attack Victims
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Although we’re supposed to have no tears left to cry, we couldn’t help but shed a tear over this!

Ariana Grande wowed fans everywhere early this morning with the sweeter than sweet release of her highly-anticipated fourth studio album, “Sweetener,” but one particular detail about the song, “get well soon” will totally make your heart hurt.

“Get well soon” ends with a 40-second silence bringing the track length to five minutes and 22 seconds, which isn’t just a coincidence. The attack in Manchester at Ari’s concert took place on May 22, 2016, which is the fifth month of the year. The length of “Sweetener’s” final song is a tribute to honor all the victims of the attack, and honestly, this makes us love Ariana more than we did before!

Of course, when fans found out about the significant of the track, they took to Twitter to share their love for the queen of pop:

https://twitter.com/fiona_day/status/1030492725471334405

Ariana has been super busy preparing for the release of her latest and greatest album, but she found the time to make an appearance on James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke!

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