Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert filled with young fans who call themselves Arianators

A look at the fans at her Manchester concert during Monday's terrorist attack.

Known as Arianators, Grande's fans skew young. Many children, including an 8-year-old, were among the 22 people who died when a bomb ripped through the Manchester Arena just as her concert ended late Monday.

Grande, who was unharmed, tweeted after the incident that she was "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words."

Many of Grande's fans have followed her since she was a star on Nickelodeon's "Victorious" and its spinoff "Sam & Cat."

The 23-year-old, who is known for her incredible vocal range, released her debut studio album "Yours Truly" in 2013, followed by "My Everything" in 2014, with its hit singles "Problem," "Break Free," "Bang Bang" and "Love Me Harder."

Now the rest of the tour seems in doubt.

The Manchester Arena has also postponed its next two concerts by the group Take That scheduled for Thursday and Friday.

An image of her signature black bunny ears turned into a ribbon, alongside the caption "Hoping for better days," has been widely shared on social media.