Ariana Grande Remembers Manchester Bombing Victims On Second Anniversary Of The Attack

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May 23 2019, Updated 2:54 a.m. ET

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Ariana Grande will never forget the day that a terrorist bombed her Manchester concert, and she honored the victims who lost their lives with a simple Instagram gesture on the second anniversary of the attack on Wednesday, May 22. Scroll through for details!

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Ariana, 25, paid tribute to the city and the incident by posting a bee emoji on her Instagram stories. The people of Manchester are known as "busy bees" due to their work ethic during the Industrial Revolution.

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The pop princess got a tattoo of a bee behind her ear in honor of the first anniversary of the attack.

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The terrorist killed 22 of the songstress' fans and himself on May 22, 2017, when he detonated a bomb in the arena.

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Ariana returned to the U.K. and raised money for the victims' families with her One Love Manchester benefit concert on June 4, 2017.

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She's set to go back again to headline the Manchester Pride Festival in late August.

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Ariana has suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder since the tragedy, and recently shared one of her brain scans to show how the mental illness is affecting her neurologically.

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What do you think of Ariana's touching remembrance? Sound off in the comments below!


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