Ariana Grande set for emotional return to Manchester to headline Pride

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Star due to perform in city for first time since benefit concert for those killed at her concert in 2017 Ariana Grande was due to make an emotional return to Manchester on Sunday night with her first performance in the city since a benefit concert for those killed in a terror attack two years ago. The 26-year-old, who was made an honorary Mancunian in the aftermath of the bomb attack, was expected
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