Pop star Ariana Grande released her first single since the bombing at a Manchester show in 2017, and the track received a lot of attention on social media.
the people who are complaining about ntltc not being a ballad clearly don’t know how much it means to people who were at manchester. a fast, uplifting song is what i needed. i feel strong. #NoTearsLeftToCry pic.twitter.com/UuTOAfsQfO
— amy (@awiamagrande) April 20, 2018
No Tears Left To Cry is a bit more upbeat than people were expecting, but the reviews are mostly positive. It picked up more than three million Youtube views in its first day.
— ??ui??? (@dbeenee) April 20, 2018
— Ariana Charts (@AGcharts) April 20, 2018
Tough loss tonight, but I'm sure the boys in blue can come back and win the next three to end the series #BlueJays
— Auston and Vlad and Willie and Bo and Mitch (@99Goldenhawk) April 20, 2018
Many fans appeared intrigued by the Jays start, but curious as to how they will stack up with New York in the rest of the series.
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) April 20, 2018
Go Leafs Go!
— Gérard Deltell (@gerarddeltell) April 19, 2018
Goodnight to everyone, except Brad Marchand
— Adam Wylde (@AdamWylde) April 19, 2018
Brad Marchand introduces himself to Mitch Marner pic.twitter.com/u5sNmfuuOP
— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) April 19, 2018
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