Ariana Grande is really touched by the Manchester attack and therefore chose a unique way to honour the victims. The singer got a bee tattoo on her body which is a symbol of Manchester.
British tattoo artist, Dan Leicester told the significance of the tattoo to MTV as cited by inquistr, "It's the symbol of the industrial revolution in Manchester when the cotton mills started up back in the 1800s. The cotton mills were called hives and everyone that came to them were like the worker bees, and now it's become a symbol for the city. You can't walk around without seeing it."
Media outlets claim that a local tattoo artist came to the One Love Manchester concert, inked the singer and the other members of her band the city's symbol.
The singer is also reportedly writing a tribute song to the victims of the Manchester attack. She is collaborating with several other well-known stars for the song and later this month, it will be released on iTunes. Also, all proceeds will be going to the victim's and those who were injured and still in need of assistance to recover fully.
According to inquisitr, "The star's One Love Manchester concert, which benefited the families of the victims and the injured reportedly raised $12 million."
After the attack, the singer took a break from her Dangerous Woman tour. However, she resumed it soon, restarted the tour in Paris, France after paying respect to those in Manchester, she also visited the hospital and met the children who were injured during the attack and is still recovering from it.
The 23-year old singer also offered free tickets those who attended the One Love Manchester concert, though over 10,000 people claimed that they had been there.
Reportedly, Ariana Grande and her mother also arranged a girl to come to the concert who had been discharged from the hospital the day earlier. The girl had a special backstage experience with the rest of the stars who performed that night.