As promised, Ariana Grande is back in the United Kingdom for a benefit concert after the tragic Manchester attack that killed 22 individuals and left 59 others wounded. But before her "One Love Manchester" show, the pop singer visited a children's hospital to personally meet the survivors of the explosion.

'One Love Manchester'

The 23-year-old singer returned to the UK on Friday morning for her Sunday performance at the Old Trafford cricket ground. Ariana will be joined by Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Take That, Pharrell Williams, Niall Horan, Little Mix, Usher, Robbie Williams, and Miley Cyrus for the benefit concert that intends to raise funds for the victims of the Manchester attack.

The "One Love Manchester" concert will be aired live on Freeform at 2:00 p.m. (ET), while highlights of the concert will be shown on ABC after the second game of the NBA finals. According to the BBC, Disney president Ben Sherwood said "the world will stand united with families in Manchester and across the United Kingdom" during the benefit show.

He added that the upcoming gathering is a way to express a "message of love, hope, and resilience" through music. Earlier reports claimed the benefit concert sold over 45,000 tickets within six minutes. The "One Love Manchester" show will air in 38 different countries, while UK's BBC One will broadcast the show live.

'She is on cloud nine'

Ariana was among those who were greatly affected by the tragedy that took place after her concert at the Manchester Arena last May 22.

The pop singer immediately postponed the rest of her Europe shows and returned to her hometown to mourn the death of 22 innocent individuals.

For her return, the "Dangerous Woman" artist made a surprise visit to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital where young victims of the Manchester attack are currently admitted. Among those who are recovering in the hospice is Lily, a young Arianator, who luckily survived the explosion during her idol's concert last week.

Her father said Lily felt like "she is on cloud nine" after coming face-to-face with the pop singer. The young fan suffered from spinal injuries after the incident at the Manchester Arena. But despite her condition, Lily was "skipping" with joy and excitement while waiting for the "Break Free" artist to enter her room.

The young Arianator attended the concert with her dad who was quick to save her "like a rugby ball" after hearing a loud blast. His father said Lily is looking forward to watching Ariana's benefit concert on Sunday.