One Love Manchester Concert Had More Than 10 Million Viewers
Jun 06 2017 by Francis Osborne
Ariana Grande's all-star benefit concert for victims of last month's attack following her show in Manchester, England, has won over a critic in Piers Morgan. Speaking at the time, she said: "I'm so honoured and humbled to be here tonight to share and spread love".
The moment when Arianna held a tearful young chorister when she broke down summed up the whole essence of the concert - that the show was meant to heal Manchester.
"This song I would like to dedicate to all of your unbelievable people here and all the people that have been affected by this tragic event".
Ariana Grande fans have begun arriving for the American pop singer's Manchester benefit concert, nervous but determined to show solidarity with the victims of the suicide bombing at an earlier Grande show in the city. "And that love that you choose will give you strength".
The song was the ideal selection for the occasion, with some fans even crying as they sang along. She sang a duet of "Don't Dream It's Over" with her good friend Miley Cyrus, who put her arm around Grande and then led her downstage to dance. We love you so much. "God is in the midst no matter what's happening in the world, God is in the midst, and He loves you and He's here for you", he said.
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