Miley Cyrus, Drake, more react to deadly blast at Ariana Grande concert

Andrea Mandell

Shock filled Twitter following a deadly blast Monday night outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. The Greater Manchester Police Department  confirmed Tuesday that at least 22 people died and scores were left injured following the blast.  With Grande revealing she's left "broken," many stars, searching for answers, took to social media to mourn.

A deadly blast took place at an Ariana Grande concert Monday night in Manchester, England.

James Corden released an emotional video on YouTube late Monday night. “When I think of Manchester, I think of the spirit of the people there and I’m telling you a more tight-knit group of people you’ll be hard pressed to find,” said the British late-night host. “Strong, proud, caring people with community at its core."

Miley Cyrus expressed her desire to give Grande "a great big hug" and called for an end to the violence.

Drake shared that he was crushed to hear a concern he had became a reality.

Selena Gomez sent her "thoughts and prayers."

Justin Timberlake made a call for his followers to "LOVE ONE ANOTHER."

Christina Aguilera was "devastated" by the news.

David Beckham said, "As a father & a human what has happened truly saddens me."

Victoria Beckham prayed for those that the tragedy touched.

The "senseless attack" left Kelly Rowland "Heavy Hearted."

Ariel Winter's heart broke "for all those injured and involved, and their families."

Idina Menzel was "so so sorry" the tragedy occurred.

Kylie Jenner tweeted that she was in complete "disbelief."

Sam Smith advised people: "Hold each other close."

Bette Midler extended her heart "to the wonderful people of Manchester."

Liam Gallagher was "absolutely devastated" by the attack.

Nick Jonas shared he was suffering from a broken heart.

Charli XCX sent her love to Manchester.

Kerry Washington sent her prayers.

David Guetta dedicated his thoughts to "all the victims and their families."

Louis Tomlinson found the news "So upsetting."

John Legend described the attack as "awful" and "heartbreaking."

Tracee Ellis Ross called the incident "Heartbreaking and just scary!"

Celine Dion was "deeply saddened" over "the senseless loss of so many beautiful souls."

Rachel Zoe's heart was "shattered."

Ellen DeGeneres called the news "so sad and so scary."

Nicki Minaj said she ached for her "sister" and all those affected.

Bruno Mars had "no words" to describe how he felt about the tragedy.

Taylor Swift surfaced on Twitter for the first time since January to offer her condolences.

Shawn Mendes kept his "heartbroken" words simple: "I love you."

Cher, who performed Sunday night in Las Vegas, sent her prayers.

Lorde said "every musician feels sick & responsible tonight."

Harry Styles said he was "heartbroken."

British pop star Ellie Goulding sent her love.

Demi Lovato teared up at the news.

The Rock sent a message out to the victims and their families.

Sam Claflin urged people to "stop spreading hate."

John Stamos was on tour with the Beach Boys nearby.