Ariana Grande concert raised $3.5M for Manchester charity

Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert on Sunday was watched by more than ten million people on BBC One.

Grande, who was "emotional and teary-eyed" throughout the concert, was joined by other stars like Oasis' Liam Gallagher, Little Mix, Coldplay, and more. The event took place at the Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground. "It sucked. It was hard for you guys and it was hard for me because we all love music".

As well as a clip of himself trying to keep up with one of singer Justin Bieber's backing dancers, he Tweeted footage of the crowd leaving the show and wrote: "Manchester is our hope".

The One Love Manchester concert held Sunday night to benefit the victims of last month's attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, is being hailed as a triumph.

Usher also posted an Instagram video addressing the concert tragedy, which killed 22 people.

"I'll be returning to the incredibly courageous city of Manchester to spend time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honor of and to raise money for the victims and their families". Ariana Grande promised shortly after that she would return to Manchester.

"She told me to stop crying as Olivia wouldn't want me to cry and said Olivia would have wanted to hear the hits".

In symbolic finale, Grande brought everyone on stage for a teary performance of "One Last Time", the last song she performed the night of the attacks in Manchester before people started leaving the arena. The musicians' message of strength, love and unity was especially poignant given that, just hours before, another terror attack in central London left seven dead and 48 injured. Thank you @arianagrande for inviting us to be a part of something so special, and for being the lovely human that you are.

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