Ariana Grande's One Love Concert Unites Manchester With Hope and Joy

Ariana Grande's One Love Concert Unites Manchester With Hope and Joy

By Katrina Caluza

After another terrorist attack in London, Ariana Grande took to the stage with a few of the biggest names in music. Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and others performed songs. The benefit concert raised 2.6 million dollars to help victims and families of the bombing. At the same time, Manchester artists released the Manchester Bee tattoos that sold for €50 each with all proceeds going to the victims and their families as well.

Ashleigh Dawson/Manchester Evening News.

Ashleigh Dawson/Manchester Evening News.

Ariana Grande also took the time to visit the victims in the hospital. While she was still in a very emotional state, she was very happy to see fans smiling even after what had happened.

Ariana’s emotional rendition of her song One Last Time topped official song charts in less than a day.  Each and every person who attended One Love Manchester had a choice; to either sink in their fear or to overcome it.  The concert simply showed that music brings everyone together, knowing what they can overcome.

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