Ariana Grande has arrived in the UK on Friday morning, two days before her benefit concert in the Old Trafford Cricket Grounds.
The singer arrived into London Stansted Airport by private jet at 7am accompanied by her parents and boyfriend.
£40 tickets for the concert were sold out in 20 minutes and over 10,000 people applied for free tickets, even though they had not attended the previous concert in Manchester, in which a suicide bomb went off.
Grande will be joined by fellow musicians Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Coldplay, to name a few, for her One Love benefit concert in Manchester on June 4.
It is estimated that 14,200 free tickets have been put aside for the victims of the Manchester attack that occured on May 22.
Singer Robbie Williams has also been spotted in Manchester and it is rumored that he will join his ex-band Take That for the concert.
Security is on high alert for the concert, with extra bag searches and armed police forces on the streets.
Proceeds from the concert will go towards the ‘We Love Manchester Emergency Fund’ to support grieving families and victims.