Ariana Grande critic Piers Morgan apologizes to singer

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 7, 2017

Ariana Grande returned to Manchester on Sunday, June 4 to lead a One Love Manchester benefit concert raising funds for the families affected by the terror attack which took place at the end of her concert on Monday, May 22.

The singer said she had not planned to play so many of her hits during the show but changed her mind after meeting Mrs Campbell. "Thank you so much". The concert raised more than £2.3 million for a fund set up by the British Red Cross. The list includes Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus.

Speaking after laying flowers on Borough High Street, Ms Campbell said she had felt "sick" when she learned about Saturday's attack.

She has also had a hand in Ariana's Step On Up, Let Me Love You, and I Don't Care, among others.

The 23-year-old songstress was joined on stage by the Hip-Hop group, who are now operating without singer Fergie, to perform their 2003 classic. Anyone with any involvement in the show should be so proud of themselves, from those watching or donating to the team that put this all together.

During the event, the artist gave an emotional performance of the song One Last Time and it is likely that it could reach number one in the charts this week. The iconic tune was her grandfather Frank's favourite, and before he passed away in 2014 he lobbied the singer to include it on one of her albums.

"I don't feel or smell or hear or see any fear in this building".

She told the audience, "Manchester, we're gonna be all right".

The touching performances and tributes have been rolling in as part of the One Love Manchester Benefit event in Manchester.

Twenty-two people were killed, and 119 injured, when a suicide bomber targeted the Manchester Arena where Ariana's concert was being held. Little Mix also performed, as well as Liam Gallagher.

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