18-year-old Manchester bombing victim sent a chilling tweet to Ariana Grande last year: 'It's gonna kill me'

Georgina Callander, who died on Monday night during the devastating bombing in Manchester after attending the Ariana Grande concert, tweeted her pop idol the day before she passed.

The 18-year-old Grande superfan reportedly sent a tweet to the "Into You" hitmaker saying "SO EXCITED TO SEE U TOMORROW" ahead of her concert at the Manchester Arena. Callander, a college student who was one of the 22 killed by the suspected suicide bomb, passed away less than 48 hours later.

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In another unearthed tweet from July of 2016, Callander tweeted a message to Grande that, in retrospect, reads as very ominous.

"I miss you sooo much," she tweeted. "Can wait to see you on the dw tour, its gonna kill me."

Callander, who was a student at Runshaw College, had actually met Grande two years ago during a fan meet and greet at her Manchester performance on her Honeymoon Tour.

"MY M&G PHOTOS CAM [THROUGH] SHE WAS SO CUTE [AND] LOVLEY," she captioned one of the photos she posted. "I HUGGED HER SO TIGHT AND SHE SAID SHE LOVED MY BOW I CANT GET OVER THIS I NEVER WILL."

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"LOOK HOW CUte SHE IS I CANT BELIEVE THIS HAPPENED," she captioned the other.

Both photos have been flooded with comments since her tragic death on Monday night, with fellow Arianators (the name Grande's passionate fanbase goes by) expressing their grief over their loss. Callander was an active fan of many celebrities on social media and often attended fan events for her favorite artists.

Since the bombing in Manchester, Grande has returned to the United States, where she was greeted by boyfriend Mac Miller in Boca Raton, Florida. According to The Daily Mail, who has exclusive photos of Grande arriving in America, Taylor Swift lent the singer one of her private jets for the trip.

Though Grande has indefinitely postponed her tour, sources close to the singer insist that no decision has been made as to whether or not it will be completely cancelled.

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