Apr 21, 2018, 4:32
"I don't think I've been through anything as traumatic as [what] we've been through", she said, moving on to explain why she made a decision to continue her Dangerous Woman tour after Manchester.
The 24-year-old released a video for the single on her Instagram as well.
Many people thanked Ariana for including such a "thoughtful nod" to Manchester in her return song.
Ariana also appears to allude to overcoming the incident when she sings, "We're way too fly to partake in all this hate", she sings.
At the very end of the video while Ariana is seen sitting on a grassy field in front of a body of water, a bee is seen flying in the right side of the frame.
On Tuesday, Grande tweeted a to-the-point, "missed you".
"No Tears" is the lead single off Grande's fourth album, which is reportedly her most personal yet.
The reference, naturally, moved Grande's legion of fans, who took to Twitter to express their thoughts. "Every bit of emotion because that's who she is".
Frankie Grande has always been super supportive of younger sister, Ariana, and today is no different.
Pharrell Williams also serves as a producer of the album, and he described it as "pretty next-level".
It finds the star emerging from grief and encouraging fans to "come with me".
"I'm loving, I'm living and I like it". The slickly produced, futuristic video, directed by Dave Meyers, features Grande dancing through surreal cityscapes reminiscent of the movie Inception.
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