Helmed by a tearful Ariana Grande, the crowd and the world watched as top acts performed honest tributes in honor of the victims of the May 22 suicide bombing in Manchester, raising more than $9 million for the British Red Cross.
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Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester tribute concert to those affect by the terrorist attack less than two weeks ago was an emotional affair for all involved.
As Justin Bieber performed and led the crowd in chanting "Love!" over and over, a Manchester police officer held hands with young concertgoers and skipped in a circle. Grande told the audience that her song selection was influenced by the mother of 15-year-old Olivia Campbell, who died in last month's bombing.
During the show Grande duetted with Miley Cyrus on Crowded House's Don't Dream It's Over and was joined on stage by her boyfriend Mac Miller as they performed their collaboration The Way and Miller's track Dang! "God is in the midst and he loves you and hes here for you".
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Up to 14,000 of those who attended Grande's May 22 concert, at which a suicide bomber killed 22 children and adults, were given free tickets to attend Sunday's show, with some persuaded to attend by their affection for the pop star, and despite their very real concerns about security.
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The famous singer said that she met Olivia's mom, who told her that she does not want to see the crowd crying during the benefit concert.
Robbie Williams also performed, changing some of his lyrics of "Strong" to honor the Manchester victims. More than £10 million has been raised for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund so far, with £2 million raised within three hours of the benefit concert.
Grande's hit One Last Time has been re-released as a charity single, with proceeds going to the campaign.