Ariana Grande Meets Families Of People Killed In Manchester Terror Attack


Ariana Grande earned herself ‘endless respect’ after visiting some of the families who lost loved ones in the Manchester terror attack. 

The popstar met up with some of the families who lost children and parents after the horrendous suicide bomb attack, which took place after her concert, at the Manchester arena on May 22nd.

The kindhearted singer has been so distraught after the dreadful attack – which claimed the loves of 22 people – she has decided to meet some of the victims’ families to personally offer her condolences, Manchester Evening News reports.

Dan Hett – the brother of Martyn who was tragically killed in the explosion – tweeted his family’s encounter with the singer in a touching post.

He wrote:

Endless respect to @ArianaGrande for coming back to our city and meeting my family and so many others. (I couldn’t be there, babies etc).

Martyn – who was the Coronation Street superfan with the Dierdre Barlow leg tattoo –  was 29 when he was killed, just days before he was supposed to be jetting off on a holiday of a ‘lifetime’ to America.

His mum, Figen Murray and husband Stuart Murray – Martyn’s stepdad – met Ariana Grande on Friday to pay a heartwarming tribute to their son who Figen described as an ‘iconic, fun, eccentric, diva’.

The 23-year-old singer also met with the family of 19-year-old Courtney Boyle who was killed alongside her mum’s partner – Philip Tron – in the devastating attack.

Her sister, Nicole, posted a picture of her with the pint-sized popstar to Facebook.

Couldn't of asked for a better end of the night to the morning we had today💛Thank you for being so inspiring and…

Posted by Nicole Boyle on Friday, 2 June 2017

She wrote:

Couldn’t of asked for a better end of the night to the morning we had today.

Thank you for being so inspiring and heartwarming. Although we had to meet on unfortunate circumstances, Courtney will be looking down and smiling! I love you.

Angelika and Marcin Klis were also killed in the blast, while waiting to pick up one of their daughters from the concert. They now leave sisters Patrycja and Alex tragically without parents.

Ariana paid the two teenagers a visit and Patrycja tweeted the star to show how much it meant to the grieving pair.

The former Disney star also visited some of the victims recovering in hospital to show her love and support in the sad aftermath.

The popstar will be performing at the One Love concert on Sunday 4th June at Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground, with all proceeds going to the victim’s families.