Yesterday marked the second anniversary of the Manchester terrorist attack at Ariana Grande’s concert, and the singer took to her Instagram story to pay tribute to the victims. The singer didn’t share any long comment or anything, she simply posted a bee emoji, with the bee being a symbol of unity for the city.
Ari’s mother Joan also took to social media to mark the sad occasion, sharing, "All my love Manchester, today and everyday,” adding, “you are with me always, in my heart and in my mind. To ALL of you who have suffered and still stuff from tremendous loss, trauma or devastating injury.."
ONE MORE THING! A new wax figure of Ariana has been unveiled at Madame Tussaud’s in London, where it will be on display for the next five weeks. The figure has Ari dressed in her signature thigh-high boots, and a sweatshirt, although whether the face really looks like her remains to be seen. Check it out here.