Chief constable Ian Hopkins ‘fairly confident’ that the singer’s benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing can go ahead

Ariana Grande is in talks with Greater Manchester police to return to the city to perform a benefit concert this Sunday (4 June), the police have revealed.

Speaking on BBC Radio Manchester on Tuesday morning, chief constable Ian Hopkins said the singer was keen to return to the city “sooner rather than later”, after a suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena following her show last Monday killed 22 people and injured 116.

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