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Ruben Ruiz
June 7, 2017

Ariana Grande will return to the stage Sunday in Manchester, England, for a concert to raise money for victims of a suicide bombing that struck at the end of her last show almost two weeks ago.

Ariana was joined by the likes of Take That, Robbie Williams, Little Mix, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Usher, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Liam Gallagher at Sunday night's concert.

The bombing after Grande's May 22 performance in Manchester killed at least 22 people and wounded nearly 60 more.

In less than two weeks after the May 22 horror, she pulled together Sunday's benefit at the city's Old Trafford Cricket Ground.

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But after reportedly shepherding panicked young fans backstage at the tragic May 22 event, Joan came out to the One Love Manchester benefit show this weekend with a comforting message.

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Following their sets, numerous aforementioned acts were onstage for Grande's "One Last Time".

After the One Love Manchester gig over the weekend, the team were joined backstage by artists from Manchester Ink to get inked with a symbol of the city.

Morgan tweeted during the concert that he misjudged Grande and apologized. I'm not going to let go of love.

"My heart is with you Manchester, I'm so sorry for all your loss and all the pain you've been through", he stated in the clip, adding, "My family and I send our heartfelt condolences".

Grande closed the concert whose proceeds will go toward the Red Cross' We Love Manchester emergency fund, with a stirring performance of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" that didn't leave a dry eye in the house. The event raised $13 million in donations for the Red Cross.

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