It鈥檚 been just over a year since the passing of the Manchester bombing that took the lives of 22 聽people and injured countless others, but for Ariana Grande, who was famously performing onstage during the attack, the memory of the tragic incident won鈥檛 be fading anytime soon. The singer not only paid tribute to the victims on social media with a heartfelt tweet on the one-year anniversary of the event, she let fans know that they would live on in her heart 鈥 and on her skin 鈥 forever with a fresh tattoo.

Taking to Instagram, the 24-year-old showed off a brand new bee piece just behind her ear with a heart for a wing from New York artist Mira Mariah. 鈥淔orever,鈥 she wrote by way of caption.

The piece follows the original bee tattoo the 鈥淒on鈥檛 Dream It鈥檚 Over鈥 crooner is reported to have gotten just after the attacks in solidarity with members of her crew. The insect is a long-running symbol of the city鈥檚 鈥渨orker bee鈥 population.

The bombing, which was later called a terrorist suicide mission, took place at the entrance of the Manchester Arena when 22-year-old Salman Abedi detonated a homemade bomb during the final moments of the singer鈥檚 Dangerous Woman UK concert.

In addition to the tattoos, Grande returned to Manchester to headline a 鈥淥ne Love鈥 concert to benefit survivors of the incident and reportedly offered to pay for victims鈥 funerals. She also included a tribute in her 鈥No Tears Left to Cry鈥 music video.

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