Watch The 7 Most Incredible Moments From Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester Memorial Concert
After a bombing at her Manchester performance on May 22 that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured even more, Ariana Grande hosted the One Love Manchester memorial concert and fundraiser in honor of the victims and their families. Joining her were a stunning turnout of other celebrities. Watch the most amazing performances here.
On May 22, 2017, a bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, UK claimed the lives of 22 people and even more were injured in the blast. To commemorate those lost and benefit their families, the singer hosted the One Love Manchester concert in remembrance of all the city had lost. But Grande was not alone in her efforts for Manchester. She was joined by many other celebrities in support of the city's cause, and together they delivered truly memorable performances for the victims and their city. You can watch a quick recap in our video below, then see these incredible performances for yourself.
"Happy" by Pharrell Williams, Featuring Miley Cyrus
After weeks of heartache, Pharrell and Miley tried to lighten the mood by getting the audience up on their feet for a joyful tune with "Happy."
"Wings" by Little Mix
UK natives Little Mix decided to lift Manchester's spirits with a rendition of one of their greatest hits, "Wings," further upping the tempo and raising the mood of the stadium.
"Roar" by Katy Perry
Katy Perry lent her voice and her strength to the people of Manchester with her empowering ballad "Roar," truly rallying the audience.
"Cold Water" by Justin Bieber
After getting the crowd to chant "love" with him and reminding the audience that love always wins in the end, Bieber gave a heartfelt and teary-eyed rendition of "Cold Water."
"Where Is The Love?" by The Black-Eyed Peas Featuring Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande and the Black Eyed Peas asked the audience where the love was, and Manchester and those who have been supporting the city since the attack have certainly shown where the love is.
"Don't Dream It's Over" by Crowded House, performed by Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus
The two women teamed up to perform the 1980s classic song "Don't Dream It's Over" and to remind Manchester that they most certainly are not over either.
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" performed by Ariana Grande
Ariana closed the evening with a teary and soulful version of the classic comfort song as a final gift to the people of Manchester.
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