The singer, 23, and her team reportedly inked themselves with the symbol of the northern city at tattoo parlour Manchester Ink following her hugely successful One Love concert.
She joins scores of others who have also inked themselves with a bee tattoo, showing unity and love following the horrendous terrorist attack on May 22 which saw 22 people lose their loves and many more badly injured.
Ariana took to the stage on Sunday night to raise money for the victims at the Manchester Old Trafford cricket ground, which was watched by 11 million people.
According to the Sun, following the gig, which was an emotional affair with the likes of Robbie Williams visibly upset as he sang Angels, the Ariana reportedly said backstage: ‘That was the hardest thing ever I just need to go home now.’
Her popstar friends, including Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Black Eyed Peas and Katy Perry – who wore a tribute on her back to all of the victims – joined her on stage for the fundraiser in a night that has been highly praised, raising £2 million for the We Love Manchester emergency fund.
Ariana’s song One Last Time, which climbed the charts following the attack, is now challenging Justin Bieber’s Despacito for the number one spot. Fans are now petitioning for Ariana to receive a damehood for organising the gig at Manchester’s Old Trafford.