Ariana Grande Returns to Manchester Stage for Benefit Show

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"It was a sentiment prevalent throughout the more than three-hour event, which saw a cavalcade of music superstars performing a slew of hits in honor of the 22 people killed and dozens more injured after Grande's show at Manchester Arena just two weeks earlier (May 22)".

Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert has proved no storm, no attack, no nothing will ever stop people from coming together as the pop diva's gig was a successful show with an nearly 50,000-strong crowd in attendance.

She told the Press Association: "We felt we had to unite with London - obviously we have lost our daughter and we felt we needed to come and unite with them and let them know Manchester is supporting them and we are all here for them".

Grande is joined by a litany of stars for the sold-out concert, including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Usher and the Black Eyed Peas.

Grande's concert was held at Emirates Old Trafford, an outdoor stadium about 3.5 miles from Manchester Arena, where the May 22 concert took place.

Before her performance, she and her dancers held hands in solidarity. "All we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity", Williams said.

Proceeds will go to an emergency fund set up by the city of Manchester and the British Red Cross.

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She told the crowd: "I want to thank you for coming together and being so loving and strong and unified".

The group joined up with Ariana to sing a moving rendition of 'Where is the love?' but the front man's apparent monumental cock up, was what really seemed to get people talking.

One Love Manchester is raising money for those affected by the bombing at the end of Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester on May 22, 2017. "We love you so much, to the families we love you so much".

Rachel Jea, 32, said she was at Grande's previous Manchester concert and felt it was important to attend Sunday's show to regain trust after the bombing.

"It's very important. We need to stand united against it now".

The concert will be broadcast on a variety of outlets. Grande visited young fans injured in the attack at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Friday. "We need to try and find a way to overcome the fear".

"My heart, prayers and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manchester Attack and their loved ones".

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