Ariana Grande visits hospitalized children, victims' families in Manchester

The benefit concert marks two weeks after Salman Adebi set off a devastating bomb minutes following Ariana Grande's Manchester Arena concert - which killed 22 and injuring dozens more.

American pop singer Ariana Grande has paid a surprise visit to young fans who were injured in a suicide bomb attack on a concert she gave in Manchester last month, posing with them for wefies and signing T-shirts. Grande also brought each injured fan a sunflower and a teddy bear, CNN reported.

Another fan of the singer, Lily, "felt like a rock star", said her father, Adam Harrison. Said Anushka, "We all want to show the world that we are not scared". According to the Washington Post, eBay and Ticketmaster are trying to block ticket reselling, but that has slowed the process down for concert goers of the first concert, and causing some frustration.

Jaden, 10, also wrote on Twitter of her joy, saying: "I got to meet my queen today".

Mr Harrison told People: 'What Ariana Grande did tonight was so selfless and fantastic.' Grande also posted a black and white image of the hospital visit on Instagram, which picked up more than a million likes in an hour.

Grande's visit comes days before the "One Love Manchester" benefit concert, dedicated to victims of the attack, which she will host Sunday. The caption was simply a heart.

"It was absolutely fantastic to see, she was so happy". "It's helped everyone focus on all of the good and kindness of people rather than the hate".

Money raised from the tickets will go to the We Love Manchester emergency fund, a central fund to support the victims of the Manchester terror attack as well as their family.

Channel 9 will broadcast Ariana Grande's "One Love Manchester" benefit concert in a one-hour special Sunday following its NBA Finals telecast and Eyewitness News at 11 p.m.

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