05 June, 2017
Gallagher and Take That hail from Manchester. She even collaborated with others onstage: She sang Fergie's verse on the Black Eyed Peas hit, "Where Is the Love?" along with the group; she performed a duet with Cyrus; and she sang her debut song, "The Way", with rapper Mac Miller.
Grande later returned with a school choir to perform an emotional rendition of "My Everything".
Ultimately, the answer to that question was so clear: The love is in Manchester, thanks to Grande and Co.
Grande performed throughout the show, singing her hits from "Side to Side" to "Break Free".
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.
The superstar brought each a sunflower and a teddy bear, according to Lauren Thorpe, whose eight-year-old daughter, Lily, suffered a shrapnel wound in her back as a result of the bombing.
Last week, Grande surprised fans who were injured in the attack by visiting them at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
British singer Marcus Mumford held a moment of silence before performing at the Manchester benefit concert Sunday. The 23-year-old singer held the young lead performer's hand, both teary-eyed, as the rest of the singers joined in. The attack killed 22 and wounded dozens. Others set to perform Sunday include Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry and Usher.
The show is being broadcast live across the globe. The singer vowed to stay strong, sharing that she would return to the "incredibly courageous city of Manchester" for a benefit concert.
Tight security measures were in place as thousands of fans attend a concert in tribute to victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack.
"They come, they come / To build a wall between us / But we know they won't win", the singers proclaimed on the chorus, summing up the spirit of the concert. But whether they're going out of order or not.no one seems to mind.
Richardson says Grande is "very courageous to come back so soon".
Linda Tipping, 50, from Chorley, wore Grande's signature bunny ears but confessed she was "nervous" following the London attack.
Following the tragic events at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester, the music industry is standing together and showing their support.
Hours before the big concert at Manchester's Old Trafford cricket ground, Take That singer Gary Barlow shared a snap of Grande with his boy band backstage.
But organisers said the event would go ahead "loudly" and with "greater purpose" after a van struck pedestrians on London Bridge, with three attackers then stabbing people indiscriminately.