Manchester City Council announced its plans to grant honorary citizenship to US singer Ariana Grande who performed at a charity concert in memory of the victims of the deadly terrorist attack targeting her “Dangerous Woman” world tour.
Just after Grande concluded her show at the Manchester Arena on May 22 night, an Islamic State terrorist carried out a suicide bomb attack, in which 22 people were killed and dozens of others injured. Grande left the stage unhurt in the explosion, but canceled some of the remaining parts of the European leg of her world tour.
But she returned to Manchester with an array of pop stars on June 4 for a show of solidarity with the victims.
The pop star was in tears while singing the emotionally-charged One Last Time and Over The Rainbow. Grande said she will not quit in fear, let the attack divide the music fans or let hate win.