Ariana Grande felt ''really really anxious'' being in the UK.
The 'no tears left to cry' hitmaker has admitted she has been struggling during her most recent trip to the UK, her first since she returned to Manchester for the One Love Manchester concert to raise money for the victims of the terror attack at her concert in north England last year.
When one fan asked Ariana why there were no candids of her during her trip to London, she replied: ''sry i'm really really anxious and really exhausted and jus trying to get thru the trip. hope that's ok. hope you enjoy the performances. my priority is giving u the best performances i'm capable of. i don't really care ab having my picture taken. love u ...
''i'm like really trying [to enjoy myself]. it's jus been a while since i've done this or been this far away from home. this was a huge test. so far not so great hehe. but i've loved singing for u and seeing ur faces. that part has been nice. thanks for understanding n for loving me. (sic)''
Ariana broke down in tears while discussing the Manchester bombing recently.
She explained: ''Obviously [if you see it] on the news it affects you but not in the same way. You feel bad, you tweet it, you post a picture, you send your condolences, you say something and move on. But then Christmas comes and you're thinking about it. It's like ... f**k, I'm so sorry. It's like people are permanently affected by this s**t and it's just like, perspective. It changes everything, changes your life quite a bit. You want to be more present and follow happy impulses and figure it out later and stay in the moment.''