Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester concert released as charity album

The star tweeted on Sunday that she was “praying for London”.

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed a terrorist attack has killed at least 22 at the MEN Arena as concertgoers were leaving an Ariana Grande show.

She performed with a variety of stars over the course of the evening, and closed the show with an emotional rendition of “Over The Rainbow”, winning herself a legion of new fans in the process. Her powerfully charged performance resonated most in the hearts of those watching in the stadium and at home.

Ariana Grande made her courageous return to Manchester over the weekend following last month’s bombings outside of her concert that left 22 dead and dozens injured.

Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman tour is back in full swing.

Kiwi icon Neil Finn has shown his appreciation for one of his hits being performed at One Love Manchester.

The emergency fund created to help families affected by last month’s Manchester Arena bombing has raised more than $13 million.

Ariana’s re-release of her hit “One Last Time” has now topped Apple’s chart, followed swiftly by the original version of the song, which has placed fourth.

In addition to performances by Grande, other celebrity musicians such as Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry performed.

Following the events of May 22, Ariana returned to the United Kingdom to visit with survivors recovering in hospital and meet with the victims’ families. One injured fan attended her concert on Sunday.

One Love Manchester was streamed live around the globe to more than 50 countries, and according to Deadline, averaged about 22 million viewers.

‘I love you guys so much and I think that the kind of love and unity we’re displaying is the medicine that the world really needs right now.

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