Ariana Grande’s “One Love Manchester” concert attracted over 60,000 fans Old Trafford in Manchester for the star-studded, emotional show. What’s more, the Red Cross says more than $3-million was raised during the concert, which brings their emergency fund to almost $12-million.
Ariana, who wore a “One Love Manchester” sweatshirt for her entire performance, popped up several times during the course of the concert. Early in the show, she performed the tunes "Be Alright" and "Break Free,” and was joined by Victoria Monét for “Better Days.”
Ariana performed the ballad, "My Everything" with the Parrs Wood Harmony children's choir, who had some members who were injured in the attack. The performance was led by 12-year-old soloist Natasha Seth, who absolutely stole the spotlight from Ari, blowing the audience away and bringing most of them to tears.
Ari was also joined by boyfriend Mac Miller for their hit “The Way,” while Mac performed his hit “Dang!” She also teamed up with Miley Cyrus for Crowded House’s hit, “Don’t Dream It’s Over,” and with the Black Eyed Peas for “Where is the Love.” After a mother of a victim told Ari her daughter would “have wanted to hear the hits” Ari told the crowd she changed up her set, including such hits as “Side to Side” and “Love Me Harder.” Ari ended the entire concert with all the performers on stage as she sang “One Last Time,” which she recently released to benefit the victims of the attack, followed by a heartfelt performance “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.”