Ariana Grande leads star-studded One Love Manchester concert


Proceeds from the sold out "One Love" benefit concert will go to helping victims of the attack that killed 22 people after Ariana performed just two weeks ago on May 22nd.

Yesterday, "One Love Manchester" was held at the English city's Old Trafford Cricket Ground as a benefit for the British Red Cross; the star-studded gig focused less on soliciting donations than celebrating the lives of those who were killed in last month's terrible terror attack.

"2 weeks after ISIS bomb a pop concert, a bigger & better one's held in same city". Grande performed many of her hit songs.

The "Dangerous Woman" siren opened her set with the uplifting "Be Alright", confidently strutting across the stage with a crew of dancers.

'Ariana Grande has inspired people up and down the country with her selfless acts of kindness, ' the petition's creator, Matthew Duggan, explained. "Oasis singer Liam Gallagher also surprised the concert-goers and performed the well-loved group's songs "Wall of Glass" and 'Live Forever" with Chris Martin.

The Manchester concert came the day after attackers targeted the heart of London, killing seven people. He praised everyone coming together, saying, "What an unbelievable thing we're doing tonight, would you agree".

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"We love every single love of you", told the Emirates Old Trafford crowd.

Taking to the stage towards the end of the concert, Justin performer his hit Love Yourself for fans. "All we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity", Williams said.

He said: "I just want to take this moment to honour those that were lost.or those that were taken". "Manchester, we're gonna be alright", she emphatically proclaimed over the twinkling house production.

The One Love Manchester concert aired across the globe.

Justin Bieber - who also performed at the event - makes an appearance at number two, featuring in Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's track "Despacito", which has gained worldwide recognition and stormed the charts in recent weeks.

"We've got to stick together", he said.