Ariana Grande has announced she will return to Manchester to play a benefit concert for the victims of the terrorist bombing at her concert on Monday.
The star who said she was “broken” following the bombing, has displayed great bravery by continuing to tour and agreeing to do the benefit gig.
Twenty-two people died as a result of a suicide bomber at the conclusion of the American pop star’s event. Scores more were hospitalised with a variety of injuries, some serious.
Campaigner’s who are promoting Grande’s single “One Last Time” have managed to get it into the UK charts at number 11. The song, which was previously released in 2015, is being pushed by many, as a tribute to those who died.
Source : BBC
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