We Love Manchester Emergency Fund passes £10 million mark

We Love Manchester Emergency Fund passes £10 million mark

We Love Manchester Emergency Fund passes £10 million mark

The Sun reports that tattoo artists from Manchester Ink joined them backstage after Sunday's One Love concert, and tattooed Manchester bees (a symbol of the city) on her and her Dangerous Woman tour crew.

She has used social media to share pictures and videos from the concert which include her interacting with fans as well as her duets with Miley Cyrus and Chris Martin.

The song, performed at the benefit by Coldplay and Ariana Grande, has resurfaced on the United Kingdom music charts and become an unofficial anthem symbolizing Manchester's resilience since the attack.

Two of the students in the choir had been at Grande's concert on the night of the attack, which saw 22 people killed and dozens injured.

Instead, Ariana, her manager Scooter Braun and her team immediately moved into action to organize the One Love Manchester benefit concert in England last Sunday (June 4), and it was lovely.

Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and the United Kingdom girl group Little Mix were just some of the artists who performed at the concert.

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Various acts who took part in One Love Manchester have seen their tracks go back into the charts. "The love that we have here is the medicine that we need right now".

Other performers included Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Take That, Robbie Williams, Coldplay and a special performances by former frontman of Manchester band Oasis, Liam Gallagher.

'I love you so so much.

And the star ended the night on a flawless note, with a gorgeous rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".

Pop singer Ariana Grande on Wednesday released a new single aimed at helping those hurt by last month's terror attack in Manchester, England, according to a new report.

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