The One Love Manchester benefit concert

Brunilde Fioravanti
Giugno 5, 2017

Confetti burst following the performance. The 23-year-old singer held the young lead performer's hand, both teary-eyed, as the rest of the singers joined in.

If you're not able to get to the One Love Manchester concert in Manchester tonight you will be able to listen to the full concert, uninterrupted, from 7pm.

Other artists performing include Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Take That, Katy Perry and others.

"It's not easy to always choose love, especially in moments like these, it can be the most hard thing to do, but love conquers fear and love conquers hate".

"She left 5 minutes early because she was exhausted", Laura said of her daughter, who was dressed in an Ariana Grande t-shirt.

Revellers dressed for the occasion, with many wearing tops featuring a bee - a symbol for Manchester - and slogans expressing their love for the city.

"Tonight is all about love, am I right?" declared Grande, appearing to tear up before being joined by boyfriend Mac Miller for a duet of "The Way". "So I want to thank you for being just that". "I love you guys so much and I think that the kind of love and unity that you're displaying is the medicine the world really needs right now".

Addressing the crowd, the former One Direction star said: "I've been lucky enough to travel all over the world and every time I come back to Manchester I'm addicted to this place".

Ari held the benefit show to raise money for victims that were injured in the attacks, and the families of those that died.

Courageous teenage victims of the Manchester terror attack are revisiting the city to meet their idol Ariana Grande ahead of a star-studded benefit concert.

Others in far-flung places are tweeting a shout-out to Grande and the other celebrities in the star-studded lineup.

"I don't feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building".

He said: "What an unbelievable thing we are doing tonight, would you not agree?"

During the benefit Grande performed her hits Be Alright and Break Free, shouting: "Manchester make some noise!" before pink streamers rained down on the crowd.

Following the silence, Mumford declared, 'Let's not be afraid, ' and started singing his band's track "Timshel", before introducing British boy band Take That.

Take That, who are from Manchester, followed with fun energy that the crowd danced to.

Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan said: "Our thoughts are with everyone affected, including the emergency services responding to the incident". "Today we stand together". Today's One Love Manchester benefit concert will not only continue, but will do so with greater objective.

Robbie Williams also performed, changing some of his lyrics of "Strong" to honor the Manchester victims.

Despite last night's third terror attack in the U.K., Ariana Grande is still putting on her benefit show for Manchester victims who were killed during her concert.

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