Published: Mon, June 05, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Ariana Grande Ends 'One Love Manchester' With 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'

She said during the interview: "I want my daughter to carry on living, I never want her to be forgotten by anyone, if anyone ever met her they wouldn't have forgotten her anyway - she wouldn't have let them".

British singer Marcus Mumford held a moment of silence before performing at the Manchester benefit concert Sunday.

Musical director Daniel McDwyer previously PEOPLE the invitation to perform came as a complete surprise, as they were using the song to cope with the horrific attack.

All of those who had attended Grande's concert last month had been offered free tickets to Sunday's show, while those who were still recovering from their injuries in hospital were watching on TV.

As she and others took to the stage, the message was made repeatedly clear: Whether Manchester, London, Paris or Orlando, the terrorists won't win.

She later went on to perform alongside The Black Eyed Peas for an incredible rendition of "Where Is The Love", as well as joining Parrs Wood Children's Choir for "My Everything".

After the tragic events that happened at Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester on 22nd May, where 22 people were killed and 119 injured, the city has done its best to come back stronger.

Take That got the audience dancing as Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, hit the stage to a roaring crowd.

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"We must not be afraid, and in tribute to all those affected here and around the world, we will bring our voices together and sing loudly", he went on. "But they may both be drowned out by the sound of the crowd singing along".

Williams, who appeared to be wearing a sweatshirt from Justin Bieber's objective world tour, then treated the audience to his anthem Angels. "Manchester, do you feel like giants?" "The most important responsibility we have in this time is to take care of one another".

"I'm proud of everyone there today, everyone in the crowd and all the artists".

Before welcoming Cyrus to perform Happy, Williams said: "You know why I'm bowing, I'm bowing because despite all the things that have been going on in this place, I don't feel or hear or see any fear in this building".

Bell Media kicked off giving today with a $100,000 donation to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

Sunday's concert will raise money for victims of a suicide bombing that struck at the end of singer Ariana Grande's Manchester show May 22.

The former Oasis frontman performed two of the band's classics, "Rock N Roll Star" and "Live Forever" in memory of those who perished in the attack, as well as singing solo single "Wall Of Glass".

Grande announced the show last week on social media, writing that she had been thinking of her fans "nonstop" and planned to return to the city to spend time with her fans, known as Arianators, there.

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