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Ariana Grande honours victims of Manchester attack with benefit concert

Updated On 05 Jun, 2017 Published On

Ariana Grande returned to the stage on Sunday, June 4, to perform at the One Love Manchester concert, an event she co-organized to help benefit the survivors and families of the victims of the May 22 terror attack.

Ariana, 23,  performed throughout the 3 hour benefit concert with the likes of Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas and a number of other acts and guest appearances that filled the Old Trafford Cricket Ground arena with music and good vibes.

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The "One Love Manchester" concert was meant to honor the victims of the deadly bombing nearly two weeks ago, but the message on Sunday took deeper meaning and along with it a renewed fear in the wake of Saturday's attack in London where seven people died with 48 people injured.

The event came just a day shy of 2 weeks since the bombing after her show in Manchester killed 22 people and 119 were injured when Salman Abedi, 22, targeted gig-goers by setting off a 'nail bomb' in the lobby of the Manchester Arena.

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Ariana Grande, the US singer, bravely took to the stage on Sunday night to sing at her One Love benefit concert following the tragic terror attack which took place just a day before.

According to the sources, the show sold out in 6 minutes and security measures were tightened up in anticipation. Guests of her original concert in Manchester were allowed to see Ariana again for free.

Grande's star-studded concert has bought the total fundraising for the victims of terror attack to more than $275,000.

The star's single One More Time has also soared to number one as her fans round to show their support following her faultless performance at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground.

Grande prays for London in her twitter after the several terror attack.

 

At the end of the show, Grande, 23, delivered the moving, soulful performance in the song 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow', which left viewers watching back home, as well as those at the concert itself, deeply moved.

"Manchester, I love you with all my heart. Thank you so so so much," the tearful star told the crowd afterwards.

Video: Check out Ariana Grande - One Last Time

Ariana Grande along with other stars came for the event apart from their busy life to honor the victims and pray for them. God Bless!