Ariana Grande's fans become concerned over the singer's Instagram hiatus. The 24-year-old singer's last post was uploaded on Jan. 1.

Last month, Grande posted a video of what looked like a lyric sheet. She captioned the short clip with a special message to her fans. Since then, the singer has not shared anything on social media and her fans could not help but post their sweet messages to her.

Several fans said that they miss Grande. Others also asked the "Bang Bang" singer if she is really working on a new music.

At least one supporter reminded Grande that her fans are waiting for an update from her. Some fans also said that they are ready to know what has been going on with the singer.

 see you next year A post shared by  Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Dec 31, 2017 at 8:00pm PST

Ariana Grande Suffers From Trauma

Some speculations suggest that Grande's Instagram hiatus has something to do with the traumatic Manchester bombing last year. The singer's manager, Scooter Braun, said that Grande was devastated when she found out that some of her fans died following the terrorist attack.

"She felt everything - every face they announced, every name, she wore on her sleeve. Every bit of emotion because that's who she is," said Braun.

Grande also organized a benefit concert in Manchester, which was well-attended by her supporters. Some of the biggest names in the music industry also performed in the show. Braun said that other than Grande, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and the other singers, the real star of the One Love Manchester show was the crowd.

Hollie Booth Supports Ariana Grande

Despite the trauma that Grande and the concertgoers experienced following the May 22 incident, she still managed to inspire thousands of people across the world. One of them is Hollie Booth, 13, who just auditioned for Britain's Got Talent. The teenager performed a dance routine to a medley of Grande's songs.

Booth was one of the survivors of the terrorist attack, and she told judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alexa Dixon, and David Walliams that it has been very difficult for her to go to arenas because of trauma. Booth's aunt, Kelly, died from the attack after she shielded her niece.

The teenager suffered two broken legs, and her mom, Claire, had a broken jaw. Following her audition, Cowell dubbed Booth as inspirational.