Ariana Grande's star-studded Manchester benefit concert filled with messages of love and resilience raised more than $13 million for the victims of the May 22 attack. Since the attack on Ariana's concert at the Manchester Arena staggering $12 million (£9.6 million) has been raised by members of the public.
She collaborated with Victoria Monet and, The Black Eyed Peas, and the Paris Wood high school choir during the fundraising concert.
And the star ended the night on a flawless note, with a gorgeous rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".
In a statement after the attack, Grande said: "We will not quit or operate in fear".
The entire show was packed with emotional and uplifting performances, but one of the most moving of all was the finale.
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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 23: Crowded House frontman Neil Finn thanked Grande and Cyrus for performing one of his songs at the One Love Manchester concert.
He said: "I just want to take this moment to honour those that were lost.or those that were taken".
An average of 10.9 million viewers watched Ariana and other acts including Take That, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Liam Gallagher, Coldplay, Little Mix and Pharrell Williams take to the stage in front of 50,000 at Old Trafford.
"My heart is with you Manchester, I'm so sorry for all your loss and all the pain you've been through", he stated in the clip, adding, "My family and I send our heartfelt condolences".
So, check out Ariana's performance from the concert in the video below - and then click the link to iTunes and buy a copy for someone you love.