Ariana Grande’s emotional speech at her One Love Manchester concert

Ariana Grande gave a very passionate speech at her ‘One Love Manchester’ benefit show on June 4 and also thanked her fans for being so ‘loving and strong’.

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What would you do if a crazy maniac terrorized and killed people at your concert? In a matter of weeks, Ariana Grande put together a very beautiful concert a benefit and tribute to those affected by the tragedy to honor the lives of those lost there.

Since the announcement of this concert, many artists from all over the world expressed their support and revealed they would be happy joining the lineup.

Ariana Grande definitely didn’t hold back and let all her feeling out about the tragic bombing at her Manchester concert on May 22. She gave a very emotional speech at her ‘One Love Manchester’ benefit show and thanked all her fans for being so ‘loving and strong’. Her speech was totally honest, passionate and vulnerable.

She said, “I wanna thank you so much for coming together and being so loving and strong. I think the kind of love and unity you’re displaying is the kind of medicine the world needs right now. Thank you for coming tonight, I love you so much, thank you.” She also added about the conversation she had with one of the victims’ mothers, “I wanna also say I had the pleasure of meeting Olivia’s mommy a few days ago. She said I should stop crying because Olivia wouldn’t have wanted me to cry. And then she told me that Olivia would have wanted to hear the hits. So that being said, we had a totally different show planned but we changed everything. This evening is so bright, so thank you.”

This show held by the 'Dangerous Woman' was to raise money for victims that were injured in the attacks and also the families of those that died. She also said that she realized that she didn’t want to run and hide, or live her life differently. Instead, she planned to “love more, sing louder and live more kindly and generously than before.” 

 Certainly an angel in disguise!

Over fifty thousand people supported Ariana Grande, The Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Pery and more of the world’s biggest musical stars too stood by the victims of the terrorist attack that took place following her performance there nearly two weeks ago.

Grande broke down in tears as she ended the show with a cover of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow."

Grande even visited some of her injured fans at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. She shared some photos of the visits on her social media account.