Ariana Grande has paid tribute to the city of Manchester two years on from the bombing attack that took place at her concert.
The ‘No Tears Left to Cry’ singer simply posted a photo of a bee against a black screen, with the worker bee being the symbol of the city.
Last year, Ariana revealed that she had got a tattoo of a bee in memory of the victims.
A minute silence was held at 2.30pm yesterday (May 22), while thousands of people gathered at St Anne’s Square to pay their respects to the 22 people who lost their lives. The families of those who died also attended a private service to remember their loved ones.
Figen Murray, the mother of victim Martyn Hett, has been campaigning to introduce Martyn’s Law, which would see metal detectors and more thorough bag checks at big public venues.
She appeared on Tuesday’s This Morning to talk about her aim, while a petition is available to sign here.
Ariana will return to perform in Manchester later this year as part of Manchester Pride.
There was a backlash over ticket prices, but the popstar denied that they had anything to do with her, and she wants to do the gig to show her support for the LGBTQ+ community.