Ariana Grande returned to the Manchester stage two weeks after a suicide bombing killed 22 victims at her concert in the city, singing upbeat and motivational pop anthems as the audience cheered loudly for the singer.
"No matter how many hit songs she had, and no matter how incredible her concerts were - and he was always the first one there, applauding, kissing her, being in the front row - after every show, he would say, 'Ariana you know what song you have to sing?"
Black Eyed Peas joined Ariana Grande for a rendition of 'Where Is The Love?', however, when the rapper/producer took the stage, he addressed the crowd as the wrong city, saying clearly: "What's up?"
But there was also a jovial atmosphere, as police officers and security guards danced with music fans.
There were tears as Grande performed her song " My Everything" with the Parrs Wood High School Choir.
'And then she told me Olivia would have wanted to hear the hits.
You didn't see it on TV or online. but the crowd doubled down with resolve as they left the venue.
Bieber shared similar words onstage, even coming close to crying when he spoke about God and those who died at Grande's show. "Would you agree that love always wins?" 'I swear she wasn't wearing that ring just a moment ago!' Another said: 'I don't want to take away from the wonderful event we've just witnessed... but is Ariana engaged?
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'I love you guys so much.
Grande wore a white jumper emblazoned with the slogan One Love Manchester as she performed.
"All we feel here tonight is love, resilience and positivity and you know what, I hate to be corny, but it makes me ..."
Marcus Mumford of Mumford and sons opened the show with "Timshel", followed by the Manchester pop group Take That.
"Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected by this", singer Gary Barlow said. "We were there in Manchester (arena) as well, I was hit".
"Manchester, we're gonna be all right", she yelled.
The Manchester concert came the day after attackers targeted the heart of London, killing seven people.
During peak evening time, when there were plenty of people about, enjoying their Saturday night, a van ploughed into pedestrians on London Bridge, before three terrorists exited and began stabbing people in nearby Borough Market.