Mariah Carey arrives at 1 OAK Nightclub at the Mirage Hotel & Casino on July 26, 2015. Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Safety first. Mariah Carey took to social media on Friday, March 25, to let fans know that she would be canceling her Easter Sunday show in Brussls in light of the recent terrorist attacks.

“I love my fans in Brussels and at this time I am being advised to cancel my show for the safety of my fans, my band, crew and everyone involved with the tour,” she wrote on Twitter and Instagram. “I hope to see you soon and send my prayers and eternal love, laughter and light to my Lambs.”

The iconic singer has not yet announced plans to reschedule. Her next scheduled shows will be in Denmark and Oslo, Norway.

Carey is not the first big name to express her grief for Belgium’s capital city, which was hit with a series explosions that killed at least 34 and injured many more on Tuesday, March 22.

Later that same day, British songstress Adele made an emotional dedication to the victims of the bombings during her London gig at the O2 Arena.

She dedicated her song “Make You Feel My Love” to those who had been injured or killed in the horrific blasts, and followed up her touching song with an expletive-filled speech aimed toward the perpetrators of the attacks.

“I don’t think I’ve ever actually been so moved in my life at one of my shows. That was just so beautiful,” she said after her performance, during which the audience sang along with her. “Thank you very much for doing that. I think they heard us.”

“I’m hoping you’ve all come to be entertained by me,” she continued. “I’m here to entertain you, so we’re all united, so that makes us much better than them f‑‑kers. You’re on, you f‑‑kers.”

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