False: Ariana Grande’s Flight Home To Florida Was NOT Organised By Taylor Swift, Despite Reports
It was alleged that Taylor had loaned her a private jet, but that's not the case.
Since Monday night’s terror attack on the Manchester Arena, Ariana Grande has postponed the rest of her European tour and has returned home to the States.
It was suggested in various reports online that Taylor Swift had sent one of her private jets to collect the 23-year-old and her mother Joan from the UK, but that was not the case.
TMZ revealed that their sources, “with direct ties to Ariana”, said the singer’s tour promoter Live Nation and her manager, Scooter Braun, split the bill for the private jet 50/50 so T-Swift had no involvement. The rumour is just one of the many false reports that have been circulating in the wake of the horrific attack.
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Ariana touched down in her home town of Boca Raton, Florida yesterday afternoon, and she looked visibly upset while still wearing her stage make-up from the night before. She was welcomed back by her boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, and will hopefully get some much-needed rest following Monday’s tragic events.
Details have been emerging about the 22 people who were killed in the attack, and The Telegraph has published a list naming all the victims who have so far been identified here.
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