'One Love Manchester' concert goes on, drawing some 50000 fans

Sharing a story about meeting a 15-year old victim of the Manchester attacks who had lost his friend at the concert, Scooter talked about Adam and recounted the words that he had said: 'He said "Scooter, make sure you tell them, don't got forward in anger, love spreads"'.

A total of £2 million was donated during the three-hour event.

Sunday's One Love Manchester concert, held at the city's Old Trafford cricket ground, also featured Coldplay, Pharrell Williams, Take That, Imogen Heap, Robbie Williams, Marcus Mumford, Niall Horan and Little Mix.

Ariana Grande fans have begun arriving for the American pop singer's Manchester benefit concert, nervous but determined to show solidarity with the victims of the suicide bombing at an earlier Grande show in the city. "Stay strong and united, because only through that love can we help each other heal". "We're still singing our song, our song, our song", as the crowd hummed along.

He dedicated the song "to the attractive people who were killed and injured in the Manchester terror attack".

She explained: "Thank you for being so loving, strong and unified, and I think the love your displaying is what the world needs right now".

The singer said she had rearranged her line-up to honour Campbell.

The footage was seen as particularly moving in the wake on the terror attack which killed seven in London on Saturday night, with Twitter users claiming the incident showed the best of Britain.

"And this is so handsome". 'You looked fear in the face and said, "No. This is Manchester.' Manchester, your bravery is our hope".

Grande emerged onstage for the One Love Manchester concert Sunday.

"As soon as I met her, I started crying and I gave her a big hug and she said I should stop crying because Olivia would have wanted me to stop crying", Grande told the audience.

Ariana Grande sings "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".

  • Leroy Wright