Ariana Grande fights back tears during her first TV interview since Manchester ...

Ariana Grande fought back tears as she appeared in her first television interview since the Manchester Arena terrorist attack.

The singer, 24, visibly welled during an interview on The Tonight Show with on Tuesday, marking her first televised appearance since the bombing just under a year ago.

Fallon, 43, praised the One Last Time hitmaker for her bravery after the tragic event and thanked her for coming on the show.

Emotional: Ariana Grande fought back tears as she appeared in her first television interview since the Manchester Arena terrorist attack 

Emotional: Ariana Grande fought back tears as she appeared in her first television interview since the Manchester Arena terrorist attack 

Jimmy said: 'I haven't seen you in over a year probably and I haven't seen you since the tragic events that happened in Manchester.

'I know it's just tough for everybody, tough for fans and tough for you, and I know you haven't done any interviews, and I understand that. 

'I just wanted to say thank you so much for coming on the show and for being strong and for entertaining and for showing up and going back to Manchester and doing a benefit.

'I thought that was awesome of you. I just think you're so strong and so cool.'

In response, Ariana appeared to well up and said: 'Thanks, thank you.' 

Strong: The singer, 24, welled during an interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday, marking her first televised appearance since the bombing just under a year ago

Looking back: During the interview Jimmy said to Ariana: 'I haven't seen you in over a year probably and I haven't seen you since the tragic events that happened in Manchester.'

Strong: The singer, 24, welled during an interview on The Tonight Show with on Tuesday, marking her first televised appearance since the bombing just under a year ago

New music: The songstress appeared on the programme to promote her new single No Tears Left To Cry, which she later performed to the audience

New music: The songstress appeared on the programme to promote her new single No Tears Left To Cry, which she later performed to the audience

Giving thanks: Fallon, 43, praised the One Last Time hitmaker for her bravery after the tragic event and thanked her for coming on the show

Giving thanks: Fallon, 43, praised the One Last Time hitmaker for her bravery after the tragic event and thanked her for coming on the show

The songstress appeared on the programme to promote her new single No Tears Left To Cry, which she later performed to the audience. 

The host then quoted message that Ariana shared on Instagram at the time, which read: 'We won't let hate win.

'Our response to this violence must be to come closer together, to

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