Ariana Grande was overwhelmed when she started discussing the 2017 attack at her concert in UK's Manchester that killed and injured many of her fans.
The singer, who was in conversation with the Ebro for Beats 1, tore up when the interviewer asked her about working on a new song highlighting the trauma of the blast while trying to comfort to the people still suffering from its effect.
Grande, who recently revealed struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following the suicide bomb attack, has released "Get Well Soon" under her latest album, 'Sweetener'.
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"It's just about being there for each other and helping each other through scary times and anxiety," she explained, wiping away her tears.
"There's just some dark sh-t out there, man. We just have to be there for each other as much as we can. You just never f--king know," she said as reported by Billboard.
The singer also urged that people need to be vocal about mental health problems.
"It's also about personal demons and anxiety and more intimate tragedies as well. Mental health is so important. People don't pay enough mind to it because we have things to do... People don't pay attention to what's happening inside," she said.