Piers Morgan Apologizes To Ariana Grande After 'One Love Manchester' Tribute Concert
- Author: Eleanor Harrison Jun 06, 2017,
Jun 06, 2017, 5:42
Ariana Grande organized the benefit show after 22 people were killed outside her concert last month.
As a result, it raised more than £2million for the victim's families and was overall a huge success and a credit to the city.
The show saw performances from big pop acts from both sides of the Atlantic, including local heroes "Take That" and Liam Gallagher, along with Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, "Little Mix", "Coldplay", "The Black Eyed Peas", and Grande. "All we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity", said Pharrel Williams, who performed alongside Miley Cyrus.
"Manchester, I love you with all my heart", Grande told her fans at the concert.
Before her performance, she and her dancers held hands in solidarity.
On Sunday, Ariana Grande gathered a bunch of the top artists to pay tribute to the Manchester attack victims with a benefit concert!
"I love you so, so much", Grande said at the show, addressing the crowd.
TV host Piers Morgan previously criticized Ariana for flying back to the United States shortly after the terrorist attack last May 22.
Stars including Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Take That and Niall Horan took to the stage at the Old Trafford stadium to the delight of 50,000 fans who had crammed into the venue.
"I want to thank you so much for coming together, and for being so loving, and strong, and unified".
The 23-year-old singer teamed up with her boyfriend, Mac Miller, to perform their new track The Way in front of a sold-out 60,000 crowd at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground - and one sparkling accessory had gossips chatting. The concert reportedly drew 55,000 patrons despite the government's warning that another attack was likely given Saturday night's attack on London Bridge.
Another highlight of the night was when Ariana shared the stage with the Parrs Wood High School choir, singing her ballad "My Everything".
Other performers Sunday include Pharrell Williams, Take That and Marcus Mumford.