Bomb victim Evie's 'happiness' at Ariana Grande hospital visit

Grande arrived in the United Kingdom on Friday and has spent time meeting her young fans at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital ahead of the gig.

The 23-year-old singer spent time with her young fans at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital during a surprise visit ahead of her benefit concert raising money for the victims and their families on Sunday (4 June).

Mr Harrison said: "Lily went unconscious when we got her into the vehicle park and she was nearly like jelly".

Following the Manchester Attack, police have made a series of arrests.

On top of that, anyone buying a ticket to Ariana's "We Love Manchester" concert on Sunday will be helping build the emergency fund for victims of the the tragic May 22 Grande concert.

The star shared a snap of the touching moment on her Instagram.

A 14-year-old injured in the Manchester Arena attack is "buzzing" after Ariana Grande visited the hospital where she is recovering, her mum said.

Her father said: "She's really come round and culminating in last night where she's ready to go - she wants to get home now and I think she feels like she's a bit of a rock star now".

The girl tweeted a photo of Grande kissing her on the forehead and wrote, "I got to meet my queen today".

"After last night, she would disown me and her mum if we didn't take her".

Mrs Mills said the attack had "thrown a group of people in hospital together that probably never would have met". "And they've kept in touch, they've been to see her in the hospital".

The pair, who were due to be picked up by Millie's dad, ran back through the main concourse and hid in a doorway as they fled the carnage. She is giving her mum and me a heart attack because she is running up and down the corridors of the hospital.

She will be joined on stage by music stars including Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Robbie Williams and Take That for the show at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground.

  • Zachary Reyes