'One Love Manchester' Concert

One Love Manchester Benefit Concert

Ariana Grande says love and unity is  the medicine the world needs following her "One Love Manchester"  concert.  The pop star returned to the city today where a suicide bomber  killed 22 people after her show on May 22nd.  An emotional Grande  thanked her fans for "being so loving, strong, and  unified."  Grande, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay and more  performed to raise money for the victims of the attack.  She closed the  show by singing "Somewhere Over The Rainbow."  About 50-thousand people  attended the sold-out event.  Organizers expected to raise more than  3-million dollars.    

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