Ariana Grande has paid a surprise visit to the children who were injured in the Manchester terror attack.
Jaden Farrell-Mann, 10, was one of the seriously injured in a suicide bomb that killed 22 people in May, suffering fractures to both legs.
On Friday night (local time) the superstar surprised Jaden and the others at the Manchester Children's Hospital, bringing them gifts and signing their T-shirts.
Grande's back in the city where the attack happened to perform a benefit concert to raise money for the families of the victims. She will be joined by Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus, among other high-profile guests on Saturday night.
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It wasn't the first high-profile visitor for the patients on Friday. That morning, Prince William also met with the injured children.
Prince William also spoke to the officers involved in the attack, asking them if they've received enough support since.
In a condolences book he commended Manchester's "strength and togetherness", calling it "an example to the world".