Ariana Grande returned to Manchester on Friday, June 2, less than two weeks after the tragic May 22 terrorist attack that resulted in the death of 22 people and injured countless others. In town to prepare for Sunday's One Love Manchester benefit concert, the pop star took a detour through the Manchester Children's Hospital where she visited with some of the victims of the attack.

During her visit, Grande took the time to FaceTime with some of the victims who were not present at the hospital, as well as took photos with some of the hospital's staff.

She also made the rounds, visiting concertgoers who had been hurt during the bombing, including a young fan named Jaden Farrell-Mann, whom she took photos with and signed autographs for.

On Instagram, the pop star shared a heartwarming photo of herself with Farrell-Mann:

On Sunday, June 4, Grande will join superstars like Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj and more for the One Love Manchester concert to benefit victims of the May 22 attack.

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