Ariana Grande's Powerful 'One Manchester Concert' Raises Over $10m for Victims

Ariana Grande's Powerful 'One Manchester Concert' Raises Over $10m for Victims

Ariana Grande's Powerful 'One Manchester Concert' Raises Over $10m for Victims

The singer was joined by colleagues including Justin Bieber, who gave an important message of solidarity to the audience after this performance, Katy Perry, who encouraged audience members to hold each other and declare once for each other, and many other moving performances that drew tears to the eyes of the performers and the audience. "I love you guys so much and I think the kind of love and unity that you're displaying is the medicine the world really needs right now".

Ariana Grande organised the music extravaganza which took place on Sunday at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground in the English city to raise funds for those affected by the terrorist atrocity which killed 22 people and left more than 50 injured after the star's concert at Manchester Arena on May 22.

Will.I.Am performing "Where Is the Love?": "We are here and we are together and we are one".

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Syria's Foreign Ministry also condemned the attacks, which it said were backed by various governments that it did not specify. The IS group often claims attacks around the world, even when links to the group can not be confirmed and appear dubious.

Ariana Grande's tribute to the victims of the Manchester attack at her concert back in May was an exceptional middle finger up to terrorism - a gig that will surely go down in history.

Katy was moved to dedicate her hit Part of Me to the Manchester Arena victims at an intimate London show she staged days after the tragedy.

The big event began with a moment's silence for those who lost their lives in the bomb blast, before folk star Marcus Mumford got proceedings underway by telling the audience to "not be afraid" ahead of his solo performance of Mumford & Sons' Timshel. "Love spreads. Hatred will never win, fear will never divide us, because on this day, we all stood with Manchester". Say we honour you, and we love you.

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Pressure on May intensified when she faced a volley of questions over police cuts from journalists at a campaign event. Police carried out a new search in a neighborhood in east London near the home of two of the London Bridge attackers.

On Saturday night, local time, a white van drove into pedestrians on the London Bridge.

Officials tightened security for Sunday's (June 4) concert.

She shared some photos of the visits on her social media account.

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All net ticket proceeds will go towards the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund set up by Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross.

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