Selena Gomez is seen on stage during the We Day California 2017 on April 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California.

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Selena Gomez is seen on stage during the We Day California 2017 on April 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California.

Celebrities have been quick to respond to a suicide bombing that took place during pop singer Ariana Grande’s concert in Britain’s Manchester Arena on Monday, killing 22 people dead and leaving dozens injured.

Video footage shot at the venue Monday night shows crowds of teenagers screaming, scrambling to get out of the arena amid a sea of pink balloons. Some fans were still wearing Grande’s trademark kitten ears as they fled.

Many of Grande’s peers — stars such as Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles — who also draw thousands of concertgoers every time they perform, took to Twitter to share their condolences following the fatal attack.

Justin Bieber, for example, shared the trending hashtag #PrayForManchester.

Singer and famous actress Grande has also shared a brief message with her followers.

Read: Manchester Arena suicide bombing: 22 die at Ariana Grande concert

—NBCNews contributed to this report.

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