Ariana Grande cries singing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' at Manchester concert


"The only thing we'll feel here tonight is love, and positivity".

Grande is joined by a litany of stars for the sold-out concert, including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Usher and the Black Eyed Peas.

The cricket ground was flooded with face paint, glitter, placards and Grande's bunny ears and witnessed a sea of raised hands as Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford opened the gig with the song "Timshel", saying "Let's not be afraid, Manchester".

The concert came the day after attackers targeted the heart of London, killing seven people.

Morgan tweeted during the concert that he misjudged Grande and apologized.

Ariana Grande sent a clear message to terrorists on Sunday evening with her incredible One Love Manchester Benefit Concert: love will always triumph over hate and we will not be divided.

The show also saw performances from Take That and Robbie Williams, who led the crowd in a singalong to his hit Strong, with the lyrics changed to "Manchester, we're strong, we're strong, we're strong, we're still singing our songs".

'Manchester is a place that was my home for many years, ' he said. Suspending her European tour, she vowed to return to Manchester for a benefit concert to help victims and their families.

"Our grandparents went through world wars so that we could live in freedom and now it's starting again".

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She had just left the stage May 22 when a suicide bomber detonated a nail bomb outside the arena as people were streaming out of the venue.

Thorpe's eight-year-old daughter, Lily, suffered a shrapnel wound in her back and is now recovering from surgery.

"We will not quit or operate in fear".

She fully broke down only once, when she ended the show with a version of Over the Rainbow, Judy Garland's signature ballad.

Grande, who described herself as "broken" following the May 22 bombing, had immediately returned to the USA, interrupting her Dangerous Woman world tour and later promising to return for the charity concert. "And he loves you, and he's here for you".

Ariana Grande has teamed up with fellow pop star Miley Cyrus to deliver an emotional rendition of the Crowded House classic "Don't Dream It's Over" at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. Grande visited young fans injured in the attack at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Friday.

22 people died during the tragic attack on May 22.

The coffin of Eilidh MacLeod, a 14-year-old victim of the bombing, was flown to the Scottish island of Barra and carried across a beach by mourners on Sunday ahead of the funeral.

The event was attended by 50,000 people on Sunday, including many of those who were at the "Break Free" singer's concert when the attack took place.