On Sunday night, more than 50,000 people gathered at the Old Trafford stadium in Manchester for a moving concert in tribute to the victims of the attack which left 22 dead after a show of Ariana Grande on 22 May.
"Her mother told me Olivia wouldn't want me to cry and would've wanted to hear the hits".
Scooter Braun, the agent for headliner Ariana Grande, said the One Love Manchester concert "will not only continue, but do so with greater purpose". Texts cost £5 plus your standard network rate, with 100% of your donation going to the We Love Manchester Fund.
Grande will be also reportedly be resuming her world tour later this week in Paris, after suspending it and canceling her London shows in the wake of the attack.
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Having been performed during Grande's original concert in Manchester, the song has become an anthem in the wake of the attack.
Ariana Grande sent a clear message to terrorists on Sunday evening with her incredible One Love Manchester Benefit Concert: love will always triumph over hate and we will not be divided. "We want everyone to stand strong".
There were also plenty of upbeat moments, such as when a uniformed police officer was seen holding hands and dancing hand-in-hand with young fans, or when former Oasis front man Liam Gallagher belted out a swaggering version of "Rock "n" Roll Star".
After performing his Daft Punk collaboration "Get Lucky" and declaring "all we feel here tonight is love, resilience, positivity", Pharrell was joined on stage by Cyrus for a rendition of 2013 hit "Happy".
Other touching moments included a duet between Miley Cyrus and Pharrell singing "Happy", Katy Perry rocking a handsome symbolic outfit, and Ariana herself singing a touching rendition of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow", which closed out the concert.