manchester - The American singer Ariana Grande has surprised wounded fans Friday night with a visit to the Children's Hospital in Manchester. The children, according to British media, responded to the enthusiasm of their idol.
The father of one of the children visited by Grande said afterwards that he had never seen his daughter so happy. 'This means more to us than all the fantastic things people have done for us this week,' the BBC said.
At the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, several children were injured during the bombing at Grande's concert. The popidole gives a celebration concert in the British city on Sunday, in order to collect money from other well-known artists for the victims.
The young victims in the children's hospital had a special visit before. Queen Elisabeth also came after the attack to put the youngsters under the belt. The princess then revealed to one of the children that she also found Grande himself, 'a very good singer'.