ccording to reports from The Sun, 23-year-old Ariana Grande and her crew decided to have permanent reminders of Manchester inked onto their bodies after completing their One Love benefit concert.

 Reportedly, the team were met by tattoo artists from Manchester Ink and they each had the symbol of the city, a worker bee, tattooed onto their bodies. There have been no photos of the tattoos as yet, but regardless of where they are or what they look like, the gesture is pretty heartwarming. 
 The Sun writes that Grande spoke to friends after the benefit concert and told them it was difficult for her to get through:
“That was the hardest thing ever. I just need to go home now,” she is believed to have said.
 However, further reports reveal the pop star may be resuming her tour in Paris almost right away - this has not been confirmed, though. The One Love benefit concert, which saw the likes of Coldplay, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus (among many others) come together to perform and speak out against terror, is believed to have raised $17 million for the victims of the attack, Sky News reports. And that, right there, is probably the most powerful gesture of them all. Image: Getty Images/Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester, Christopher Furlong/Getty Images, Getty Images/Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester

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