With Ariana Grande being comforted by her family after the terrorist attack on her concert at Manchester, it is reported that the One Last Time singer is said to have been receiving extra security. Also, Grande having earned up her courage will organize a benefit concert for the victims of the attack.
After the Manchester bombing, the singer immediately flew back to her hometown in Boca Raton, Florida.Reports claimed that her mom's home is now being guarded. There has been security vehicles, security personnel and police presence within the vicinity of their house. Rumors tell that the local police is giving extra security by patrolling the area due to the Manchester attack, as reported by TMZ.
On that very unfortunate event, this results in the demise of 22 innocent people. Reports also tell that Grande's mom, Joan gathered fans backstage to bring them to safety after a bomb detonated. She accommodates them and waits until the chaos of the attack completely died down. Joan Grande also shared on her Twitter account her sympathies saying that she 'stands with' all the families of the victims. Memorial candles are also set on St Ann's Square in Manchester, northwest England to show their grief towards the deaths of the bombing, as reported by Mail Online.
Meanwhile, Grande already announces that she will continue her Dangerous Woman Tour and would give back to fans by organizing a fundraising concert. "I'll be returning to the incredibly brave city of Manchester to spend time with my fans," she said. "And to have a benefit concert in honor and raise money for the victims and their families."
To join her on stage for the One Love Manchester concert will be Justin Bieber, Coldplay, and Katy Perry with support from Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Usher, Take That and Niall Horan. The said concert will be on June 4 at Old Trafford cricket ground. Tickets will be available on Thursday at 10 AM and there will be free tickets for those fans who were at Grande's concert. Proceeds will go to the We Love Manchester emergency fund under Manchester City Council.
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