TMZ reports Ariana Grande will return to Manchester to host a benefit concert for the survivors of the suicide bombing that took place after her Dangerous Woman tour stop there Monday.
The date she has in mind? June 4, less than two weeks from the date of the blast. She had promised to return to the city in a lengthy social media post Friday.
Sources tell TMZ that Ariana and her manager, Scooter Braun, have reached out to some of the biggest names in music to participate, including artists who are friends of Ariana's.
The concert will be held in Manchester, but not at the Manchester Arena, the site of the bombing.
The bombing killed 22 and injured 119. DailyMail.com reports eleven people remain in custody in connection with the attack, which also killed the bomber, Salman Abedi.