Singer Ariana Grande has been holed up at her mother’s home in Boca Raton since hours after a suicide bomber blew himself up as fans left her concert Monday night in England.
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Twenty-two fans, including teenagers and children, were killed and dozens were injured.
According to records, mom Joan Grande has lived in the west side’s lushly-landscaped Patch Reef Estates community since 2004, in a 7,500-square-foot house now worth about $2 million.
South Florida native Grande’s unfortunately named “Dangerous Woman” tour was suspended until June 7th and will bypass dates in London as well as Belgium, Poland, Germany and Switzerland to allow authorities to “further assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost,” according to a statement from her promoter.