The "Into You" star is, understandably, taking some time off.
Ariana Grande's concerts won't be happening for at least another couple of weeks.
According to TMZ, the diva's live shows have been cancelled until June 5 and that dry spell might go on longer. No concerts will be taking place until her team can properly address new security concerns.
Grande's management also said that The Dangerous Woman tour has been suspended "until we can further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost."
As we reported, Ariana is devastated by the Manchester terrorist attack and was consoled by boyfriend Mac Miller when she touched back down in the United States yesterday. She's currently staying in Boca Raton.