Ariana Grande Holds Benefit Concert In Wake Of Terror Attacks

Peter Castro
June 8, 2017

Now, the day after the event, the concert became the most-watched show this year on the BBC.

There were also performances by Black Eyed Peas, Niall Horan, Little Mix, and Imogen Heap, while concert organiser Ariana hopped on and off stage to join friends and sing her own solo hits. We love you so much.

"As soon as I met her, I started crying and gave her a big hug and she said that I should stop crying because Olivia wouldn't have wanted me to cry".

Pharrell. "I'm bowing because, despite all of the things that have been going on in this place, I don't feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building".

The concert served as a catharsis for many in Manchester and all of Britain, moving British tabloid journalist Piers Morgan to write Grande a lengthy public apology for doubting her courage.

The show opened to a minute of silence and a performance by Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Suns. "All we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity", Williams said before he launched into his hit song, "Happy" with an assist from Miley Cyrus. "We were there in Manchester (arena) as well, I was hit".

But Piers is changing his tune after Ariana's emotional 'One Love Manchester' benefit concert for the victims of the attack.

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Around 50,000 fans crammed into Old Trafford cricket ground under the watchful eye of hundreds of police, including a significant number of armed officers, a sight that would be unusual under normal circumstances.

Officials tightened security for Sunday's (June 4) concert.

On Saturday night, local time, a white van drove into pedestrians on the London Bridge.

Seven people were killed and 48 injured in the attack.

The superstar brought each a sunflower and a teddy bear, according to Lauren Thorpe, whose eight-year-old daughter, Lily, suffered a shrapnel wound in her back as a result of the bombing.

The One Love Manchester benefit concert has raised more than 10 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund so far.

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