The emotional performance by Parrs Wood High School Choir moved the whole crowd to tears at the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert.
Tonight, some of the biggest and best pop stars headed to Manchester for a benefit concert which is expected to raise at least £2m for the victims of the Ariana Grande Manchester Arena terror attack and the families who were affected.
Commencing the show was Marcus Mumford, singing an acoustic version of Mumford & Sons’ track Timshel.
Following this emotional performance, Take That took to the stage to perform some of their biggest hits.
The next star to perform was Robbie Williams, who performed a moving version of his songs Strong and Angels.
Pharrell Williams then took to the stage to perform a duet with Miley Cyrus of his song ‘Happy’, followed by a solo performance from Miley Cyrus.
It was then the moment that the whole crowd had been waiting for- Ariana Grande’s Performance. She showed complete strength, managing to smile throughout her performance of ‘Be Alright’ and ‘Break Free’.
Shortly after her set was the breathtaking performance from Parrs Wood High School Choir, many of whom had been in the audience during the attack on Monday night. Their dedication was of Ariana Grande’s song ‘My Everything’
Grande then surprised the choir by walking out onto the stage to join them, wrapping her arms around the lead singer as she bursts into tears. The camera then cut to the audience, displaying many audience members wiping away their tears and singing along. Ariana herself was seen to wipe away a tear before she went on to perform her next song.
We stand with you, Manchester.