Justin Bieber donates signed hockey stick to Manchester team after game


Grande, 23, was joined by stars such as Katy Perry, Chris Martin, and Niall Horan at the special gig paying tribute to the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack. "I'm not gonna let go of love".

"It was handsome", the 24-year-old songstress told SiriusXM's The Morning Mash Up on Monday. Every one did such a attractive job. "To the families, we love you so much", he said. "I love how she (Grande) ended it", she added. She just said, "Honestly, if my friends are happy, that makes me happy". Plus, since she's not the one taking the stage right now, she says she's able to wear her "hair in a bun" and gets to "dance all night". Aside from helping raise $13 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund that will help those who suffered from the attack, Bieber offered some spirit-filled words to those viewing his performances of "Love Yourself" and "Cold Water". Thank you. I want to thank you so much for coming together and being so loving and strong and unified. The star - who fought back tears for most of her performance - then spoke about meeting with the mother of 15-year-old Olivia Campbell who was killed in the atrocity, and said she'd changed the whole setlist of the evening in order to comply with the young girl's wishes.

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"I just wanted to take this moment to honor the people that were lost", Bieber continued. She said: "It was attractive". She told W magazine: "I'm so exhausted".

When the crowd responded, a tearful Justin led them in a chant of, "We love you and we honour you".