Ariana Grande sends love to youngest victim of Manchester attack on what would have been her ninth birthday

During her show in Buenos Aires on Tuesday night, Ariana Grande made a moving tribute to Saffie Roussos, the youngest victim on the Manchester attack.

Tuesday would’ve been Roussos’ ninth birthday.

After singing her version of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow,” which she first performed at the One Love Manchester benefit concert, Grande blew a kiss to the sky and said “Happy birthday, Saffie” after singing the final note.

The artist sang the song, that has become almost a healing anthem for fans, in front of a backdrop with a ribbon sporting Grande’s signature bunny ears an symbol that now represents strength to fans after the attack.

Grande also paid a second tribute to Roussos on her Instagram, and proclaimed that everyone was thinking about her that night.

What’s newwwww, Buenos Aires Argentina, I love you Saffie, we’re of you baby

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Ariana Grande continues to be a shining light to her fans during this very difficult time.

[H/T: BuzzFeed]

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