News Ariana Grande's Mom Ushered Fans Backstage to Help Them Escape Harm During Post-Concert Bombing By Leena Tailor 5:30 PM PDT, May 23, 2017 This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page. 27:51Ariana Grande Returns to the U.S. Following Manchester Attack04:33Ariana Grande Can't Stop Impersonating Celine Dion on 'The Voice'02:33‘The Voice’: Blake Shelton Teases Ariana Grande About Getting Em…03:34‘The Voice’: Ariana Grande Wears Jennifer Garner's '13 Going on …03:46‘The Voice’: Kelly Clarkson Cries and Ariana Grande Gets 'Choked…03:10Ariana Grande Surprises Gwen Stefani During Final Las Vegas Resi…03:54Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson Cover Britney Spears, Celine Di…01:52Snoop Dog’s Smooth Pastor Swift Returns to 'BMF’: Watch the Snea…04:08Jessica Simpson Returns to Music With Emotional Ballad ‘Particle…03:10‘The Family Chantel’: See the Family React to Jah and Winter’s E…02:31BTS Performs ‘Butter’ to Close Out the 2021 AMAs01:20Idris Elba on Bringing Representation to the Western Genre in ‘T…02:47How to Make the Perfect Honey Whipped Olive Oil Feta Dip02:25Taylor Swift Sends Special Message to the Swifties at 2021 AMAs04:20Jason Oppenheim Spills on ‘Selling the OC’ Spinoff Coming to Net…03:23Adele Shares the Moment She Knew Her Marriage to Simon Konecki W…04:16Ryan Reynolds Reveals the Sweet Secret to His Marriage With Blak…01:25Jack Whitehall Says He Got ‘Quite Attached’ to ‘Clifford the Big…01:12Tony Hale on 'Hocus Pocus 2' and Bringing 'Clifford' to the Big … Ariana Grande’s mom, Joan, helped fans to safety by escorting them backstage as soon as a bomb went off at Manchester Arena on Monday night. A source close to the 23-year-old singer tells ET that Joan wanted to make sure the concertgoers were out of harm’s way, so she ushered them backstage with her amid the chaos. WATCH: Ariana Grande Says She’s ‘Broken’ After 22 Die in Post-Concert Attack TMZ first reported the news, adding that Joan was still sitting in her front row seat and about to go and see her daughter backstage when the incident occurred, shortly after the show ended. Police have confirmed that 22 people were killed and 59 injured in the suicide bombing. They have also confirmed that a 23-year-old man was arrested in South Manchester in relation to the incident.Grande has since suspended her world tour and left the U.K. for Florida to spend time with her family. She arrived on Tuesday and was greeted at the airport by her boyfriend, Mac Miller. NEWS: Ariana Grande Comforted by Mac Miller as She Lands in U.S. After Manchester Concert Bombing“She’s distraught,” an insider tells ET.See what the singer posted on Twitter following the attack below. Ariana Grande Breaks Silence Following Suspected Bombing at Manchester Concert This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors. If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.