Ariana Grande returned to England on Sunday for the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert to help the victims of the terror attack that happened after her concert on May 22. However, aside from the 23-year-old star’s great performance, eagle-eyed fans noticed the ring on her left finger.

The band looks like an engagement ring as it features a huge diamond cut that gives birth to the rumors that the actress is already engaged to her boyfriend Mac Miller. The claim even got stronger when the “Side to Side” hitmaker called her 25-year-old boyfriend on stage for a romantic duet of “The Way.”

The controversial diamond ring

As Ariana Grande said that the concert was all about love, a lot believed that she and Mac Miller were about to take their relationship to the next level.

The alleged engagement ring was even seen in full view every time the camera took her close-up shots.

Of course, fans took their excitement to Twitter, assuming that she is really engaged. “Ariana’s engagement could never overshadow the amazing concert she put on,” one fan said. However, they would still be happy knowing that she and the American rapper are about to tie the knots.

But, another follower of the “Bang Bang” singer slammed the assumptions, saying that the ring is often worn by the star. In fact, it is even seen when she arrived in Florida after the Manchester attack happened.

The emotional benefit concert

Moreover, One Love Manchester Benefit Concert had been a very emotional event for Ariana Grande.

She was even seen wiping her tears away after her first performance.

The pop giant decided to plan the benefit concert, along with other musical superstars, following the terror attack on her May 22 concert that killed 22 innocent people. Just after more than a week after the act of violence, it was still evidently hard for the hitmaker to perform again.

She even said that she’s brokenhearted because of what happened.

However, it was not only Ariana Grande who felt devastated. As a matter of fact, Robbie Williams wasn’t able to fight back his tears while delivering his performance. He even changed the lyrics of his hit song “Strong” to “Manchester, we’re strong.”

Noel Gallagher donating ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ royalties

Meanwhile, although Noel Gallagher of the iconic band Oasis didn’t make it to the event, he secretly donated the royalties of the group's classic hit song “Don’t Look Back in Anger” to the families and victims of the Manchester terror attack.

The 1995 classic tune has been the theme song of the event as a woman was heard singing the song while the people were paying tribute to the victims. Ariana Grande and Chris Martin from Coldplay even performed a duet of the track.