Ariana Grande has asked Glasgow fans to bring their belongings in clear plastic bags in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.

The Thank U, Next singer, who will appear at the city’s SSE Hydro in September 17, urged her followers to bring along clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags which are no bigger than 12" x 6" x 12".

Alternatively, fans can bring along a ziplock freezer bag and only one is allowed per person.

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The star is also offering her own brand of clear plastic bum bags in her site for eight dollars and U.K. fans have asked her to make them available here ahead of the tour.

She said: “We’re sending out emails soon encouraging you to order a clear bag to bring your things into the venues as security is going to be very precise and smooth but for sure super strict.

"They’re super cheap and simple but having them ahead of time will for sure help things go as smooth as possible so if you see this in your emails please don’t ignore it!

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"My team and I appreciate it very much.”

This will be the American singer's first tour since the attack in May 2017, which saw 22 people killed.