Ariana Grande has had another tribute to the people of Manchester, England tattooed behind her left ear. The singer has shared an image of her new skin art, a small worker bee, which is the city's symbol, on Instagram, two days after the first anniversary of the terror attack at Manchester Arena, which cost 22 of her fans their lives as they left a concert there in May, 2017.
In the end of May, 2017, a terrible thing happened in Manchester's Arena, when a terrorist attack left 23 music lovers dead, and over 130 people injured.
Ariana Grande just finished her performance in the Arena, when the attacker activated a bomb.
Young singer and songwriter is a big supporter of Manchester victims, and she helped their families and grieving friends on various occasions, organizing humanitarian concert as an homage to the victims.
Now, a year later, Grande decided to make a more lasting tribute, tattooing a bee behind her ear.