Ariana Grande arrives back in UK for One Love Manchester benefit gig – as terror survivors beg her for tickets引用元： Youtube
The popstar has taken several days to recuperate after the Manchester Arena bombing
A brave Ariana Grande has touched down in London for her return to Manchester after the horrific bombing last Monday, which saw 22 people lose their lives at the end of her Manchester Arena gig.
The 23-year-old popstar looked in much better spirits compared to last week, when she was pictured arriving home in Florida looking visibly upset as her boyfriend Mac Miller greeted her with a kiss.
Once again, Ariana was joined by Mac and her mum Joan Grande, and this time her dad Edward Butera was thought to be accompanying them on their flight to London.
The star wore a white hoodie and grey leggings as she walked down the steps of her private jet clutching two pieces of hand luggage, with an oversized pink sports bag slung off her shoulder.
Her long brunette hair was scraped back in a travel-worthy plait as she stepped carefully off the plane and into a black SUV that was waiting on the runway for her and her entourage.
A besuited security guard could be seen next to her car – perhaps one of the ex-military squad she's brought in to bulk up her personal protection.
Ariana will be headlining the One Love Manchester concert this Sunday (June 4), which aims to raise millions of pounds for the survivors of the terrorist atrocity.
Tickets went on general sale yesterday but were all snapped up six minutes after they went online, leaving many fans brokenhearted that they couldn't pay their respects in person at the Emirates Old Trafford ground.
Some have even been tweeting Ariana directly to appeal to her in the hopes she'd be able to grant them spaces at the show.
The concert organisers are stepping up security at the gig, pulling in 600 stewards to look after the tens of thousands of fans who will be there.