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Ariana Grande said she is 'broken' after the blast that killed fans during her concert in Manchester Mike Windle/Getty

Ariana Grande has reportedly postponed the remaining shows from her Dangerous Woman Tour following the deadly terror attack at her Manchester Arena show which killed at least 22 and injured scores more.

But the suspension of her remaining tour has raised questions over ticket refunds with fans taking to Twitter to voice their concerns.

"Is she so broken she would refund every ticket sold? Those families could really use something back from a night of terror," a fan wrote while responding to the singer's statement which said she was "broken" and "so so sorry".

The singer was scheduled to perform in London on Thursday, 25 May and many other European countries including Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland after that date.

The 23-year-old songstress is said to be inconsolable after the bomb blast with her team "deeply concerned" about her and the concert crew's security.

Hours after the explosion, in a statement to TMZ, her manager Scooter Braun said: "We mourn the lives of children and loved ones taken by this cowardly act.

"We ask all of you to hold the victims, their families, and all those affected in your hearts and prayers."

In the aftermath of the attack, some Ariana Grande fans have questioned whether the tickets will be refunded, but others have criticised concert-goers for asking for refunds when people lost their lives.

Viagogo is still selling tickets for the the Dangerous Woman Tour's London concert. Grande's spokesperson is yet to release an official statement regarding the same.

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Despite terror attack, the ticket sales are still on for the remaining concerts of the Dangerous Woman Tour by Ariana Grande Screengrab from Viagogo