While most reports claimed she raised over $3 million, TMZ claimed Monday the diva raised more than $12 million - and that's just right now.
Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, the Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Liam Gallagher, Robbie Williams, Little Mix and Niall Horan also performed for free to raise £2m toward the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow.' And she would say, 'Grandpa, I don't know if that would work on a pop album.' And he said, 'I promise you, it's gonna be a big hit.
More than 55,000 people went to the concert, even though the British government said another attack was possible. She shared a picture of a heart for the second photo.
"So happy to see that last night's concert in Manchester proved that love always prevails", he writes on the social media site. Clapping, dancing, and singing along to her My Everything standout, the stars created a spectacular moment of unity in front of Manchester fans.
Ariana Grande is ready to step back onto the stage for her Dangerous Woman tour, and we are so proud of her.
Perry added that is not easy to choose love in hard moments like this, but this feeling conquers fear and hate. We won't let this divide us. "I will probably feel on edge, I hope security is tight - if there is something planned, there is not much we can do", said Caoimhe McDonnell, a 19-year-old student from Northern Ireland living in Paris. In all, 22 adults and children were killed that day, with 116 other injured. Grande paid tribute to Olivia CampbellBefore the concert, Grande was sure to create a special section at the front of the stage for those who attended the first concert and met with victims and their families before the concert.