Ariana has invited the biggest stars to play at Manchester tribute

Ariana Grande, who will make a return to Manchester after the terrorist attack at her concert, has left nothing to chance when it comes to the safety of her family.

Frankie, 34, spoke out about the tragedy in a series of tweets on Sunday, breaking his silence almost a week after the attacker detonated an explosive outside the arena.

Meanwhile, on Friday, Ariana tweeted a letter to fans in her first extended public statement about the tragedy. Among the dead are an 8-year-old girl, Saffie Roussos, and several teenagers. "& So I say, as I have before, shine bright, & when evil comes 2drown out your light, 3throw shade over your lovely soul, shine brighter!"

"I love you all so very much and thank you for your strength during this incredibly hard time", he wrote.

Ariana issued a lengthy statement on May 26 about the horrific act of terror in which she condemned the attack and vowed to return to Manchester to spend time with her fans and help in any way she can. "The way you have handled all of this has been more inspiring and made me more proud than you'll ever know". I hope that Ariana has seen his letter and listened to some of his advice.

According to reports, authorities fear that Grande and her family could be targets for extremists and have allegedly seriously upgraded security outside of Ariana's mom's home in Baton Rouge, Florida, where it's thought the singer has been staying after flying back to the US on May 23.

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