More than $A17 million has been raised for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund so far, with over $A3 million raised within three hours of the benefit concert.
The event was planned to raise funds for the victims of the suicide bombing that occurred on May 22 at Grande's concert at Manchester Arena.
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The Red Cross in a statement Monday said that almost $13 million has been raised for the fund since a suicide bombing at the end of Grande's May 22 show in Manchester. She delighted the audience with her emotional rendition of Judy Garland's "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".
"I do wonder what the concert will be like, will it go as normal, will it be sad, but I think the best thing to do is go and show our support for her, and try to enjoy it as much as we can".
Taking to Instagram, Usher explained that he was forced to pull out of the gig because he had to take his son to a special summer camp for children with diabetes.
Sunday night's One Love Manchester concert was the most watched program this year on British television. Of course there will be the thought of 'What if something happens?' but I know there are probably people a lot more anxious than I am.
Sunday's One Love Manchester concert has become the biggest TV show of the year so far - attracting a peak audience of more than 14 million viewers in the United Kingdom, with worldwide ratings expected to top 100 million.