Ariana Grande fans rally to support the star following the Manchester bomb attack by sharing messages in her honour

FANS of Ariana Grande have been showing their support for the singer after the devastating bomb attack at her Manchester concert by sharing moving videos and messages in her honour.

A suicide bomber unleashed a deadly blast at the city's arena last night at the end of the pop star's gig leaving 22 people dead and 59 injured.

To support the devastated star some fans posted black and white images showing her mingling with her fansAfter the attack, Ariana, who had just come off stage before the carnage, tweeted her heartbreak at her young fans being targeted.

She wrote: "Broken. From the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words."

But the devastated star's fans, known as the Arianators, have been rallying around her by posting videos showing how much she loves her fans, along with supportive messages.


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In one moving compilation video that was put together by a fan and shared online, it showed Ariana talking about those who come to her concerts.

She was filmed saying: "I appreciate them so much. And I love them from the bottom of my heart no matter what."



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While in another black and white clip she adds: "I just care about them a lot. I just love them.

"They mean the most. They're so cute. Really cute. And I love them."

Meanwhile other clips show her hugging her fans out on the street, snapping selfies with them and even giving one lucky fan enough money to be able to afford college.

But it is not just videos that fans have been sharing to show their love for Ariana, who is thought to be axing the rest of her world tour following the horrific attack.

Others have been using the hashtags #ThisIsNotYourFaultAriana, #Arianators and #weloveyouariana, to post message to the star.

One fan wrote online: "Don't blame yourself for the actions of other people. you were just there to sing for your fans. #ThisIsNotYourFaultAriana #WeLoveYouAriana"

Another said: "We will be here for you. We love you. Don't rush we want you to take your time and heal from this. #ThisIsNotYourFaultAriana"

One tweeted: "All she ever wanted was to share music, love and happiness she doesn't deserve this 🙁 #ThisIsNotYourFaultAriana.

It comes as Ariana's well-known bunny ears logo has been altered to include a black ribbon, which is also been shared on social media as a symbol of solidarity.

Among those to share the image are fellow pop stars Sam Smith and Ariana's close friend, the actress Hailee Steinfeld.

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