The 10 Best Moments from Ariana Grande’s ‘One Love Manchester’ Benefit Concert
Ariana Grande and her musically talented friends joined together Sunday night at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground and raised $13 million for families affected by the tragic May 22 Manchester terror attack.
Grande called on boyfriend Mac Miller, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Pharrell, Coldplay, Take That, Black Eyed Peas, Niall Horan, Robbie Williams, Stevie Wonder, Marcus Mumford, Victoria Monét, Little Mix, Liam Gallagher and Imogen Heap to help her honor the victims of the Manchester attack. Here are ten of the most touching moments from the meaningful show.
BFFs Ariana Grande & Miley Cyrus Performed a Beautiful Duet
Grande and Cyrus embraced as they performed a special cover of Crowded House' "Don't Dream It's Over."
Grande Crushed ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’
Grande's beautiful vibrato gave us chills and brought tears to our eyes.
Chris Martin Dedicated Oasis’s ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ to Grande
Martin thanked Grande for her relief efforts with a personalized rendition of Oasis' “Don't Look Back in Anger.”
Katy Perry Proclaimed ‘We Will Not Be Silenced, Manchester’
Before she performed her hit song “Roar,” Perry passionately shouted, “We will not be silenced,” and sparked feelings of empowerment and unity throughout the crowd.
Pharrell Williams Commended the Audience on their ‘Love, Resilience & Positivity’
After Williams expressed his genuine appreciation and reverence for the audience's strength, Cyrus joined him onstage to sing and dance along to his uplifting, catchy tune “Happy.”
British singer Imogen Heap moved us with her performance
Heap performed her emotionally heavy song “Hide and Seek” with piano accompaniment and melancholic fervor.
The Black Eyed Peas asked, ‘Where is the Love?’
The Peas performed their fitting song with Grande standing in for former lead singer Fergie.
Justin Bieber Chanted “Love”
Before the Biebs performed an acoustic version of his hit “Cold Water,” he asked the crowd to help him chant “love.” We have to admit: It was pretty powerful.
Coldplay and Liam Gallagher Played Another Oasis Favorite
Gallagher, a Manchester native, and Martin harmonized to Oasis's hit “Live Forever” and it gave us all the feels.
And Finally, Grande Brought It Home with a Moving Performance of ‘My Everything’
Grande brought along a few of her friends from Manchester's Parrs Wood High School Choir to help her sing a passion-filled rendition of her song “My Everything.” One of the soloists, a twelve-year-old girl named Natasha Seth, broke down during the performance and Grande comforted her.