Ariana Grande would be honoured with a Damehood, a high British royal honours. The singer, who the prize would get as a result of the benefit concert that she organized for the victims of the attack in Manchester, it would, however, have refused.
Grande would do this out of respect to the family of the persons who were killed in the attack in 2017 at the Manchester Arena, report sources on The Sun. There were then more than twenty dead in the attack, which took place after a concert of the singer.
“Ariana felt honoured, but finds the tribute to be fast,” says the source. “They explained that they are still in the grieving process, just as the families of the victims.”
Grande would fear that when they the price is accepted, this might be construed as a “senseless action” and that she “politely declined”.
After the attack on 22 may 2017 organized Grande two weeks later, a benefit concert for the family of the victims. There were performances by, among others, Robbie Williams, Miley Cyrus and Grande itself.
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The Damehood (or Knighthood, which is given to men) by queen Elizabeth handed out to those who have something positive for the society have been served. When someone in the award, should the person the title of Dame (or Knight) wear.
The singer became an honorary citizen of the city of Manchester. She has often spoken about the trauma she has suffered after the bombing.
Saturday, it was announced that Grande because of health problems her first concert after the breaking of her engagement with comedian Pete Davidson has cancelled. It is not known what the artist exactly wrong.
Mac Miller and Ariana Grande perform at One Love, Manchester