One Love Manchester concert raises almost $3.5 million


Grande performed on Sunday at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. Not only did she make good on her promise, she rallied some of the most influential voices in pop to the cause.

"I misjudged you", the television presenter wrote during Sunday's Manchester One Love concert, which was organised and fronted by Grande to raise funds for the families of 22 people who died.

Black Eyed Peas and Little Mix, were later added to the list of performances whilst Noel Gallagher and Imogen Heap surprised the audience with outstanding performances. A song that, unfortunately, hasn't lost any of its meaning over the last 14 years. It - and Ariana's re-release of "One Last Time" - raised over $13 million.

Ariana Grande's manager has said the One Love Manchester concert will "go ahead with greater purpose" following the London attack.

She certainly showered Manchester with love.

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Sunday's One Love Manchester concert took on added brevity and bravery, considering that it was just one day after another terrorist attack in London killed seven people and injured almost 50 on Saturday night at the London Bridge and Borough Market.

Fans Stacie Richardson and James Bend say there were shaken after the May 22 attack at Manchester Arena. "First show back tonight".

The British Red Cross has raised an "incredible" 2.35 million euros during Ariana Grande's star- studded One Love Manchester benefit concert at Old Trafford stadium on Sunday.

During the concert, Grande requested a local kids' choir to help her perform "My Everything", a song from her second album.

Tipping says: "We can't let them stop us". All proceeds from the sale of the single will go to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.