The Ariana Grande fandom have taken to social media to show the love they feel for the singer, following the Manchester Arena bombing.
Twenty-two people died and 59 were injured, after a suicide bomber struck at the gig on Monday night.
Grande’s devoted fan base has since been reaching out to the singer to let her know #ThisIsNotYourFaultAriana.
Other hashtags like #ArianaStayStrong and #IStandWithAriana have also been trending.
The community, who are collectively known as Arianators, has been sharing photos and videos, telling her not to blame herself.
Ariana’s friend Hailee Steinfeld shared an image of a specially adapted awareness ribbon.
The symbol is a cross between a peace ribbon and bunny ears – which featured on the cover of her 2016 album Dangerous Woman.
The image subsequently went viral, with thousands of fans reposting the symbol in remembrance of the victims, and to show support to Manchester.
In the immediate hours after the bombing, Ariana tweeted that she was “broken” by the events.
The tweet has now been shared more than a million times.
There is still no decision on whether or not Ariana Grande’s scheduled live shows will go ahead, the O2 has said.
“As yet the tour is not officially postponed or cancelled,” the O2 said.
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