Ariana Grande Delivers A Touching Performance At The Manchester Benefit Concert

Ariana, who visited those injured in the 22 May attack at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Friday, was overcome with emotion at several points during the concert, including when she closed the gig with a heartfelt performance of Somewhere Over The Rainbow.

In this Sunday, June 4, 2017, handout photo provided by Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester, singer Ariana Grande performs at the One Love Manchester tribute concert in Manchester, north western England, Sunday, June 4, 2017.

The proceeds from One Love Manchester go to the Red Cross' Manchester Emergency Fund, which has been set up to help victims of the attack and their families.

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When Perry took off her white coat, the images could be seen on her collar, cuffs and across her back in the shape of a heart. One of the most powerful moments was when the Parrs Wood High School Choir performed Grande's "My Everything" with the singer.

"We won't let hate win", Grande wrote in a statement when she announced the benefit concert last week.

Katy Perry, as well as Justin Bieber, performed later in the show.

Ariana and her manager Scooter Braun began planning the One Love gig just days after the attack on her Manchester gig, and her fellow musicians were full of praise for how she handled the tragedy. And this evening has been so light and so filled with fun and love and bright energy, and I want to thank you for that'.

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As people clung on to handrails in the packed carriage, they sang the line: "And down the waterfall, where it may take me, I know that life won't break me, when I come to call".

He was followed by fellow Brits Take That, who introduced former bandmate Robbie Williams to the stage. He also teamed up with Miley Cyrus for a rendition of his uplifting Happy after telling the Manchester crowd, "I don't feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building". Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. "We are England and we are strong, we are one of the strongest countries and no one is going to beat us".

The One Love Manchester concert aired across the globe.

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