Remember the appalling terror attack on Manchester a couple of years back? Some twenty-three people lost their lives to this menace. The attack was directed to a concert where Ariana Grande was supposed to perform.
Two years after the devastating Manchester terrorist attack during one of Ariana Grande's 2017 tour stops in the northwest England city, the 25-year-old — who is also an honorary Manchester citizen — will make her victorious return to her own city.
Grande is set to headline the Manchester Pride Live event on Aug. 25, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Chief executive Mark Fletcher said on Monday that organizers are "truly honored to be welcoming Ariana back to the city to help us celebrate LGBT+ life."
On May 22, a couple of years back, Grande had just wind up her stop in the city when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside of Manchester Arena, taking its toll on 22 people, many of whom were just children, in the blast. The pop star, who just commemorated the release of her path-breaking album Thank U, Next, didn't allow the mortifying attack to make her hesitant from being there for her fans — she returned to the arena just two weeks later to host a star-studded memorial concert, One Love Manchester, that she also assisted in organizing.
Grande has already begun tweeting about her exhilaration about performing at the Pride event, which you can see ahead:
She posted, “manchester babes, i'm so thrilled to be headlining pride. my heart. i cant wait to see u and i love u so so much.”
She further added, “we are still working on something a little more special for you guys. it takes a while to put these things together but hopefully i can tell you when i see you at pride. i love u. hope that's alright.” — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 25, 2019
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