Liam Gallagher praised for poignant tribute to Manchester attack victims

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 25, 2018

Ariana Grande was so desperate to attend the BRIT Awards this year that her last-minute cancellation was forced upon her by a doctor in order to get her well.

Grande was meant to be performing during the ceremony to remember the victims of the attack that took place at her concert in May a year ago but was instructed by her doctor not to travel due to illness.

A source said: "Ariana desperately wanted to come - she was so ill but she still wanted to get on the plane".

Grande herself appeared to show approval for Gallagher's performance, sharing a clip on her Instagram with a heart and bee emoji.

Barlow, who performed at the One Love Manchester show in the wake of the horror attack, said his bit before Liam Gallagher performed.

When Ariana Grande was forced to miss out on her performance at the Brits, which was set to pay tribute to the victims of the Manchester attack at her concert a year ago, there was really only one other person who could step in. She's at home resting now but she's devastated to miss it'.

Barlow's emotional words noted how the gig that raised money for the victims "epitomized the human spirit" and that the very bad incident saw lives "changed irrevocably forever".

A source told freakish before the show: "Gary is so closely associated with Manchester that the organizers thought he would be flawless to introduce the tribute". It's sure to be one of the moments of the evening.

Liam Gallagher was praised for his poignant rendition of "Live Forever", in memory of the 22 people killed and hundreds more injured when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the the foyer of the Manchester Arena.

It comes after he recently hit out at the BRIT Awards for being "too scared" to allow him to perform at the ceremony.

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