The popstar is to head back to the city less than a fortnight after narrowly escaping being caught up in the suicide bomb
Ariana is set to return to Manchester, less than two weeks after a suicide bomber set off a blast at the end of her concert, killing 22 peoples.Ariana Grande did promise to return to Manchester to make it up to the victims of the bomb attack on Monday 22 May – but it looks like her reunion with the city is coming even sooner than thought.
Because the popstar could be staging her brave return as soon as next week, as plans are already being put in place to hold a benefit concert to fundraise for the victims of the terrorist atrocity.
According to TMZ, a huge gig will be held in the city on Sunday June 4 – a week from now – headlined by Ariana and involving some of her big celebrity stars.
Ariana and her manager Scooter Braun – who also manages Justin Bieber – are putting the finishing touches to their plans and are currently booking other performers to join the line-up.