Ariana Grande Update: Fans Urge Queen Elizabeth to Bestow Damehood on ‘One Last Time’ Singer

By Staff Writer ( | Jun 06, 2017 06:00 AM EDT
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Following the Manchester benefit concert that Ariana Grande headlined, there is a petition that has gone viral. Fans are asking Queen Elizabeth to bestow Damehood upon the "One Last Time" singer. In fact, a number of petitions are up on

According to METRO, numerous fans took to social media to ask for the Queen's graces. One fan in particular said there's no need for protocol. "...make @ArianaGrande a dame immediately please," the fan wrote. Another said the "Problem" singer deserves the ultimate honor after her defiant return and performances in Manchester.

A lot of fans believe Ariana Grande deserves to be a dame for her efforts in raising money for the victims of the Manchester suicide bombing attack. Over $2 million has been raised from the benefit concert that starred some of the industry's biggest musicians.

It is worth noting that Queen Elizabeth has already bestowed a number of honorary titles to notable people who are not from the U.K. One of these is Steven Spielberg. He received honorary knighthood from the Queen. If Ariana Grande is gifted with Damehood, fans will definitely be pleased.

The Ariana Grande One Love Manchester benefit concert rallied popular artists. The list includes Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. Pharrell, Usher, Coldplay, Katy Perry, and Black Eyed Peas were among the performers. Little Mix also performed, as well as Liam Gallagher.

According to Metro Guilty Pleasures, Ariana Grande gave an emotional speech in between her songs. She thanked the packed stadium for "being so loving and strong and unified." All of the proceeds from the benefit concert will be given to the foundation handling the victims of the terror attack.

Ariana Grande has yet to confirm when she will return to Manchester again. The concert is still trending on social media. The performers have also posted photos and videos of the big event on their own accounts.

22 people were killed during the "Dangerous Woman" tour of Ariana Grande in Manchester. She fled the country but later returned with singers from the U.S. to show their support.

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