Following the mindless tragedy in Manchester, singer Ariana Grande confirmed that she would return to the city to host a special concert to remember the deceased and injured victims of the bomb attack.
The star asked acts including Pharrell Williams, Take That, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Usher, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Niall Horan to perform at the ‘One Love Manchester’ concert at the Emirates Old Trafford Cricket Ground.
Multi-award winning giants Black Eyed Peas also joined Ariana’s One Love benefit concert to raise funds for the victims of Manchester terror attack.
The chart-topping group including rappers Will.i.Am, apl.de.ap, Taboo and singer Fergie confirmed their involvement by posting a tweet saying: “One world, one love. Honored to join @ArianaGrande in honoring the victims and their families in Manchester.”
Twenty-two people died in the attack after Ariana performed at the Manchester Arena with over 100 injured and she offered fans who were at the her show free tickets to the tribute gig.
Alongside the list of worldwide stars pupils from the Manchester-based Parrs Wood High School choir were also confirmed to be performing.
Following the attack they recorded a cover of Ariana’s song ‘My Everything’ to raise money for victims, the singer herself performing the song with the children from the East Didsbury school.