Fans have been sharing the Ariana Grande bunny ears symbol to mark the first anniversary of the Manchester terror attack. On 22 May 2017, a suicide bomber entered Manchester Arena following an Ariana Grande concert, killing 22 and injuring 59 others. At the time, fans started sharing a symbol featuring a black ribbon with Ariana's trademark bunny ears on top and a pale pink background. It was a way of remembering the victims and showing support to their loved ones. Now, 12 months on, fans are doing the same and sharing the iconic image to remember. Today is the first anniversary of the Manchester attack. Let’s all change our profile pictures to the “Bunny Ears symbol” for the whole day! We are one stand for manchester? ctto. @ArianaGrande pic.twitter.com/gGwl7KWuic — ₩ (@peezafrays) May 22, 2018 Grande's close friend Hailee Steinfeld originally shared the image hours after the news broke of the terror attack in 2017. Since then, it has been reposted thousands of times around the world. pic.twitter.com/YM0fVkWVIn — Hailee Steinfeld (@HaileeSteinfeld) May 23, 2017 Ariana is famous for her bunny ears having used latex ones as a prop for her 2016 album Dangerous Woman artwork. She previously explained to… Read full this story
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