Ariana Grande has revealed a new tattoo following the one-year anniversary of the Manchester bombing that occurred at her concert.
The 24-year-old shared the fresh ink with her fans on social media Thursday. She captioned the photo"forever ☁", which displays the worker bee tattoo behind her left ear. The bee became the symbol of solidarity following the attack that killed 22 and injured 500 at her May 22 show last year.
The tiny tat was done by Mira Mariah, a New York artist who specializes in femme imagery and animals.
As The Blast reported, Ariana paid tribute to Manchester with a touching post on Tuesday. The city remembered the victims with a service at Manchester Cathedral and although the singer couldn't be there, she spent the night surrounded by family commemorating the tragic event.
The ? isn't the only tattoo that's got Ariana fans talking. They were quick to notice a cloud tat on her finger that appeared during the Billboard Awards. Just so happens her rumored new beau, "SNL" star Pete Davidson, has the same ☁ ink.