During last night’s One Love Manchester gig, which honoured those who lost their lives in the Manchester Arena attack, fans were sent into a frenzy after singer Ariana Grande was spotted with a huge sparkling rock on her left hand.
The US star was supported by her boyfriend Mac Miller, 25, during the concert as the couple took to the stage to perform a duet together.
But the sparkler left fans wondering if the two were actually engaged.
One viewer wrote on Twitter: “If Mac and Ariana are engaged my heart will literally burst.”
“GUYS DID ARIANA GET ENGAGED,” another said.
“I don’t wanna take away from the amazing event we’ve just witnessed… but is ariana engaged ?!?! #OneLoveManchester,” a third said.
Another tweeted: “I’ll scream if Ariana is engaged that ring was huge.”
A fifth added: “Is Ariana engaged??? She’s got a wedding ring on her finger.”
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Thousands watched the touching concert last night and paid tribute to the 22 people who were killed in the awful terror attack at the Manchester Arena two weeks ago.
Ariana was joined by Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Take That, Robbie Williams, will.i.am, Katy Perry and many others to help raise money for the grieving families of the victims who were affected by the attack.
Viewers were moved to tears over the emotional gig.
One wrote: “This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen Ari you’re an angel #OneLoveManchester LOVE ALWAYS WINS @ArianaGrande.”
“History. Love always wins, be safe, be strong #OneLoveManchester,” another added.
A third tweeted: “I’m not even at this concert but it’s the best concert I’ve ever been at.”
Meanwhile the mum of one of the Manchester victims Olivia Campbell appeared on ITV’s Good Morning Britain to thank the singer for such an incredible concert.
Speaking to hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid Charlotte Campbell said: “She wanted to play the non-hits – she didn’t feel it appropriate to play the big ones that everyone wanted to dance to.
“And we said no, you play the hits you sing your heart out. You make everyone get up and dance and smile and sing along with you.
“Don’t let anybody tell you not to do something, get everyone to get up and dance. Don’t let anyone say you can’t do something.
“Olivia wouldn’t want anyone in tears, she was a smiley girl. And I just told her straight stop crying and smile.”
At the end of the concert Ariana took to the stage alongside all the other performers to sing One Last Time as she told the crowd: “Manchester, I love you with all my heart.”