"My heart is very much still there," Ariana Grande said as she is recognised for her efforts in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.
The web threat in Arabic sparked fears of a repeat attack on the US pop star's world tour barely weeks after the Manchester bombing.
Singer posted a tribute to Manchester attack victim Saffie Roussos just days after what would have been the youngster's ninth birthday.
Singer looks set to be made 'honorary Mancunian' in recognition of her contribution to the city in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.
Police could investigate thousands of people who applied for free tickets to the One Love Manchester benefit gig, it has emerged.
The popstar invited the singers to perform with her in front of 50,000 after seeing their moving tribute to the Manchester attack victims.
Ariana Grande will play a charity concert in Manchester on Sunday in honour of the victims of the Manchester Arena attack.