Piers Morgan Apologizes To Ariana Grande

Elias Hubbard
June 6, 2017

She told the audience, "Manchester, we're gonna be all right".

In a clip that has since gone viral, a policeman in uniform holds hands with a group of young fans as the group dances in "Ring Around the Rosie" style.

The choir has raised over £5,000 for the victims of the Manchester attack through their JustGiving page. Additional performers, like Black Eyed Peas and Little Mix, were added later on, while Noel Gallagher and Imogen Heap gave surprise performances.

British singer Marcus Mumford (of Mumford & Sons) held a moment of silence before performing at the concert.

Tonight's concert will also feature the likes of Justin Bieber, Coldplay and Katy Perry, with proceeds going to a fund opened for the families affected by the Manchester attack.

Katy, who performed "Roar" and a stripped down version of "Part of Me", wore a white dress adorned with photos of victims from the May 22 attack following Ariana Grande's concert at Manchester Arena. In all, 22 adults and children were killed that day, with 116 other injured.

The pop singer, from Florida, led the star-studded line-up for Sunday's show called "One Love Manchester" that included Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams and Justin Bieber.

The show is being broadcast live across the globe.

Grande closed the concert with a touching finale set, including her 2014 hit single "One Last Time", before breaking into tears during a rendition of "Somewhere over the Rainbow".

Richardson says Grande is "very fearless to come back so soon".

Linda Tipping and Laura Mayren, from Chorley in northwest England, say they were determined to enjoy themselves even as London was reeling.

"If we can be this team until we're old, and continue to do things like this, let's not stop today". But a number of artists teamed up on duets created to strike emotional chords with the crowd at the Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester, England, and those worldwide via multiple outlets.

Ariana Grande's mother walked through the crowds of last night's One Love Manchester concert at Old Trafford to comfort and assure fans there was nothing to be afraid of.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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