The #OneLoveManchester concert united fans of music, through love.
"Love always wins in the end," Justin Bieber said as he performed in front of approximately 50,000 people.
The concert had multiple A-list acts singing in honor of the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack two weeks ago.
The concert kicked off at 2pm EST on June 4, and did not disappoint. Ariana Grande, Mac Miller, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Niall Horan and many other acts sang fan favorites as the crowd harmonized along. The concert also had multiple collaborations including Pharrell Williams singing his Number 1 song "Happy" with Miley Cyrus.
Former One Directioner Niall Horan sang his song "This Town" and his latest single "Slow Hands" which excited the crowd.
After a few other performances, Ariana Grande took the stage for the first time, with more to follow. Midway through, Miley Cyrus joined her and went old school :)
No Fergie, no problem! The "Fergalicious" star was easily replaced by Grande in "Where is the Love,"
And while there were many other great performances, the main reason behind this concert was to unite the U.K. and raise money for victims of the Manchester attack. To donate visit onelovemanchester.com with all proceeds going to the victims and their families.
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Audio from WCOD broadcast of the #OneLoveManchester Concert