Ariana Grande concert at the Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester observed a moment of silence for those who 22 innocent people who were killed in a terror attack about two weeks ago in the city.
The show was opened by UK native Marcus Mumford and his band Mumford & Sons and the crowd of thousands were asked to stand up for the silence moment.
Mumford said, “Let’s not be afraid” and thereafter launched a solo, acoustic version of ‘Sigh No More’ that was originally released in 2009.
It was an emotional, invigorating show with united crowd.
Ariana Granade made several appearances in her One Love Manchester concert on Sunday, teaming up other celebs including Miley Cyrus. She also thanked the crowd at the outdoor cricket ground for coming up without any fear from the recent attack.
The 23-year-old singer also talked to the mother of a young victim named Olivia.
British Red Cross revealed over $13 million was raised for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
Grande closed the three-hour-plus concert being emotional and teary-eyed most of the time.
On May 22 a suicide bomber exploded outside of Manchester Arena that left 22 innocent people dead and 59 others injured. The area was same where Grande performed today.
Meanwhile, social media was flooded while the show was proceeding and even after it wrapped up. One of the tweets read, “At 23 years old, Ariana Grande has brought a city, a country and the world together. An inspiration to all of us, not just to young women.”