Ariana Grande Sings 'My Everything' with Children's Choir at One Love Manchester

Ariana also performed "The Way" in a duet with her rapper boyfriend Mac Miller.

Following the silence, Mumford declared, 'Let's not be afraid, ' and started singing his band's track "Timshel", before introducing British boy band Take That.

"Today's One Love Manchester benefit concert will not only continue, but will do so with greater objective", Braun said in a statement. She kicked off her performance with the upbeat "Be Alright", and followed up with "Break Free".

Repeatedly telling fans "I love you, I love you", Ariana wiped tears from her eyes as she gave her final performance of the night.

Part way through the concert, Grande thanked the crowd for their "love and unity", noting that it is "the medicine the world needs right now". "And she said Olivia would have wanted to hear the hits". Aside from "The Way", they also performed his song "Dang!"

"What an wonderful thing we are doing tonight. Don't you guys agree with that?" No matter what is happening in the world, God is in the midst and he loves you.

Joan said her heart went out 'to all the victims, ' adding she stands with 'those who lost their lives, those injured, those recovering & all survivors of that night, along with the families & friends whose grief knows no bounds'.

But on the eve of the concert, Britain was rocked by another terrorist attack in London, in which seven people were killed and 48 injured. "Manchester, your bravery is our hope".

Ariana's manager, Scooter Braun, took to the stage as well to deliver a moving message, "Evil will test us". We love you and we are with you.

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The "One Love" benefit will be streamed from midday AEST on Sydney's KISS FM and airs tonight on Channel 9 at 8:40pm AEST.

The high school choir took the stage to sing a rendition of Ariana Grande's song "My Everything", alongside the singer herself. "All we feel tonight is love, resilience, and positivity".

More than 50,000 crowded into Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground to watch Grande headline the benefit.

Niall Horan was just one of the many stars who showed their support to Ariana Grande and all the victims of the horrific attacks just a few weeks ago.

Officials tightened security for Sunday's concert.

Fans Stacie Richardson and James Bend say there were shaken after the May 22 attack at Manchester Arena.

She shared some photos of the visits on her social media account.

The Guardian reported that Lily was released from the hospital in time to attend the benefit.

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