MUSIC: A show in tribute to victims of the attack in Manchester that targeted the fans of the singer, Ariana Grande on the 22nd May …
A concert to defy fear. Less than two weeks after the attack suicide bomber who killed 22 people and over one hundred injured at the previous concert of Ariana Grande in Manchester, and a few hours after a new attack in London, thousands of people from Manchester lined up several hours during Sunday night to return to see the singer.
In the audience, a majority of teens , whether or not accompanied by their parents, wearing bracelets “we stand together”, the headband cat ears and bee t-shirts, an insect that became the symbol of the resistance of a whole city the face of terror. Thousands of people attending on Sunday lived the horror of the 22nd May; some of the wounded were also in wheelchairs to watch a show that has not lacked emotional moments.
When a policeman danced with children
This was to be a simple cut plan, while Justin Bieber was speaking to the crowd. The image of the uniformed policeman, wearing a yellow vest and dancing with children, yet largely overshadowed the singer in the heart of Internet users. Meanwhile, Bieber recommended “fight evil with love.” Beautiful illustration.
A moving minute of silence Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Robbie Williams, Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, The Black Eyed Peas, etc., a host of stars made the show during the three hours of this concert called “One love Manchester,” whose recipes will be entirely donated to the victims. A minute of silence was observed before the emergence of artists who joined Liam Gallagher, former Oasis frontman and surprise last minute guest.
— 8YearsABelieber❤️ (@JDBHoldMeTight) June 4, 2017
But those who had hoped for a reunion of Oasis were disappointed Liam tweeted Monday to insult his brother Noel and blame him for not coming.
Noels out of the fucking country weren’t we all love get on a fucking plane and play your tunes for the kids you sad fuck
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 5, 2017
The audience sang with Robbie Williams
— Miley Cyrus Poland (@MCUpdatePL) June 4, 2017
Ariana Grande accompanied by a choir of 24 students
Chaining duets with other artists, Ariana Grande was also accompanied by a choir of twenty four students from Parrs Wood school, some of them at the Manchester Arena on the 22nd May by running onstage and the public in tears. “I would thank you for being so strong, so united, so loving. I love you so, “commented Ariana Grande to the public, often very young.
Coldplay sing Don’t Look Back in Anger
“She would not have wanted to see tears,” the tribute to Ariana Grande fan killed May 22nd
The singer told how the mother of one of the victims, Olivia Campbell, 15, told her that her daughter would not have liked to see tears Sunday night but “hear the tubes.” The public responded by crying certainly it a bit sometimes, but mostly singing and dancing.
“She would have wanted to hear the hits”
Ariana speaks movingly about 15-year-old Manchester attack victim Olivia Campbell pic.twitter.com/m0KBW7GsDL
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 4, 2017