Pop Star Ariana Grande Visits Fans at Manchester Hospital

Ariana Grande will return to Manchester this weekend for a star-studded benefit concert for the victims of last month's terror attack.

The father of Lily Harrison, eight, who has a bruised lung and a shrapnel wound following the suicide bombing outside Grande's Manchester Arena concert on 22 May (17), told BBC Breakfast on Saturday that he feared his daughter was dead after she lost consciousness.

Grande has 107 million followers on Instagram, and she posted a photo of her visit to the Royal Manchester children's hospital on Friday.

Grande is set to headline a benefit concert, One Love Manchester, Sunday (June 4), which iTunes will live stream in front of their paywall, with the show becoming available on demand right after it's over.

Ariana Grande signing the crutch of Evie Mills, 14, who suffered multiple injuries in the bombing. "Lily's face lit up and Ariana was awesome with her".

Jaden Farrell Mann, a young Manchester survivor, tweeted pictures of the pop star along with the message "I got to meet my queen today".

"The wound was on her spine, so I was patting her legs and pinching her legs to see if she had a sense of feeling, and she did". The event will take place at a stadium only four miles from the arena where the attack occurred.

Speaking about meeting the star Mills said: 'It was so good. She was just there for anything, everything.

"All the children and parents were so happy she came", Thorpe said. According to the Washington Post, eBay and Ticketmaster are trying to block ticket reselling, but that has slowed the process down for concert goers of the first concert, and causing some frustration. She was just there, she was brilliant.

Mrs Mills said the attack had "thrown a group of people in hospital together that probably never would have met". Stars such as Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Pharrell Williams will join her for the event.

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