Ariana Grande has appeared to confirm that she's creating a film about her 'Dangerous Woman' tour, which will feature the Manchester Arena attack.

Earlier this year, while she was performing in Manchester, her fans were subject to a terrorist attack. Tragically, 22 people died.

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She has posted hints on social media about a movie in the past, saying that she has "a lot of footage". Director Alfredo Flores responded that they'd probably "do something with it."

However, the biggest hint so far is her recent social media post...

The video shows Alfredo Flores editing footage of the Dangerous Woman Tour.

Fans were quick to comment on social media...

This comes after she was made the first ever honorary citizen of Manchester.

The city council met earlier this year and the motion was passed unanimously in order to thank her for the way in which she responded to the attack.

Manchester City Council leader Sir Richard Leese commended her bravery and explained that it would have been completely understandable if she had never returned to the city.

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He explained: "But no - instead she, as an artist, a performer, was determined that she would not perform again until she had returned to Manchester to perform,

"In doing so, she brought comfort to thousands, she raised millions for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and became the first patron of that fund.

"And that's why I propose that Ariana Grande is made the first honorary citizen of the city of Manchester."

Thankfully, everyone else agreed and as a result, the first ever honorary citizenship was awarded to the American singer.

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The meeting was attended by some family members of the Manchester Arena bombing victims.

Sir Richard also commended the city as a whole, adding: "Manchester continues to move forwards with strength, spirit and its trademark swagger. But we will never forget the terrible events of 22 May and their aftermath."

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He continued: "As well as honouring the victims and all those affected, it is important that we remember the extraordinary acts of courage and generosity of spirit which we have witnessed.

"The worst of times have in many ways brought out the best in the city."

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The One Love concert raised almost £3 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her -

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