Ariana Grande performed a gig in Manchester after her "Dangerous Woman" tour in June. The show was attended by hundreds to thousands of fans. The people thoroughly enjoyed her performances, but afterward, a terror attack would change the lives of many. A suicide bomber was waiting for the audience to exit the concert before detonating a bomb. More than twenty people lost their lives, seven of which were kids. Many were severely injured and hospitalized. Grande was devastated but returned seven days later to her "One Love Manchester" show.

The star becomes Manchester's first honorary citizen

Various people already name Ariana Grande as "Manchester’s first honorary citizen,” following her response to the terror attack, NBC News reports.

A separate report by BBC reveals that the city council has praised Ariana Grande for her dedication and devotion. Councilors have unanimously accepted a proposal for the singer to be the first recipient in a system recognizing youngsters who have made outstanding contributions to Manchester without living in it.

After the suicide attacks at her show at Manchester Arena a few weeks ago, Ariana Grande, 23, organized a special concert for her fans, in collaborations with numerous other celebrities, including Katy Perry, Coldplay, and Justin Bieber, and Liam Gallagher. Ariana took a significant number of singers and dancers to the stage in tribute to the victims. She donated a lot of money for the betterment and wellbeing of their families.

Ariana Grande as a charity person

The concert raised over $2 million for a foundation named as “We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.” Manchester City Council head Richard Leese admired Ariana’s efforts and her response to the terrible event of May 22. "Manchester will continue to move forwards with full spirit, strength, and its trademark swagger. We will not forget Ariana Grande and other singers’ contributions to the city,” Richard said in a statement to Washington Post.

The singer contacted some famous musicians such as Niall Horan, Justin Bieber, and Miley Cyrus who agreed to perform at the concert. The families of the victims were invited, and Manchester stood in solidarity in the wake of terrorism. Later on, Ariana visited the injured at the hospital and offered them a good amount. Overall, she raised about two million dollars and agreed to pay the funerals of all twenty-two deceased.

On Wednesday, July 5, the Manchester City Council announced that Ariana Grande would be made an honorary citizen by the end of this month. The families of the victims were present at the vote, where Richard Leese admired Grande for her courage and devotion.

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