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Everyone is concerned about Ebola, right?
The deadly virus has so far claimed the lives of over 4,500 people in West Africa, with very few cases reported in Europe – as yet.
Even still, Problem singer Ariana Grande, 21, has reportedly decided to cancel a trip to Spain.
‘Ariana’s promo trip had to be cancelled – her team weren’t prepared to take any chances during the incubation period,’ according to a source quoted in The Sun.
Adding: ‘Of course, some people might think it’s an over-reaction but everyone agreed it was the right decision. It’s nothing against her Spanish plans and she was conscious to make sure the visit was put back in the diary in the future.
‘They ended up having to juggle all her plans at the last minute and reschedule the trip. Ariana headed to Paris instead and now won’t get round to visiting Spain until November at the earliest, if at all this year.’
To-date, there have been four suspected cases of Ebola reported in Spain, with all proving negative following testing.
Metro.co.uk have contacted a representative for Ariana Grande asking for comment.
She wouldn’t be the only celeb showing concern about Ebola.