Ariana Grande postponed the European leg of her “Dangerous Woman" tour following the brutal terror attack at the Manchester Arena on May 22. While in between she hosted the highly successful benefit concert, “One Love Manchester,” the U.S. pop star has now resumed her tour, starting with an appearance in Paris.

Ariana Grande on stage in Paris, France

As noted by the New York Daily News, Wednesday night saw Grande up on stage at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, following which she headed to Instagram to thank Paris and her French fans, saying “Merci, Paris,” and that she loves them and is grateful to be back on stage in the French capital.

Prior to the Paris concert, she also sent an Instagram message to the victims of the Manchester Arena attack, telling them she is thinking of her angels all the time and that she loves them with all of her heart.

Additional security measures for attendees at the Ariana Grande concert

Following the brutal terror attack on May 22 in Manchester, where a suicide bomber killed 22 people and injured 119 people, the singer went on to add an additional level of security at her Paris show. Each individual received a thorough pat down before entering the arena.

A fan posted a video to show the security measures in place at the venue.

Following the Manchester terror attack, Grande canceled several concerts on her European tour, returning home to Los Angeles.

However, plans were soon in place for the “One Love Manchester” benefit concert, hosted by Grande, which raised almost $13 million from donations for the victims of the attack and their families.

‘One Love Manchester’ benefit concert a complete success

Held last weekend at the Old Trafford cricket ground in Manchester, the benefit concert was a total success with a lineup of popular performers, including Grande herself, along with pop stars such as Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Coldplay, among others.

According to a report by The Guardian, the concert went on to be the U.K. most-viewed show of 2017 with 14.5 million people tuning in to watch the live feed. It was also broadcast in the U.S. for fans on that side of the ocean. Fans who had attended the fated Manchester Arena event received free tickets, while all other tickets sold out within six minutes of going on sale.

Ariana’s heartfelt performance at the benefit concert included an incredible version of “Somewhere over the Rainbow” from the film “The Wizard of Oz” which has now been released as a single, aimed at raising more funds for the victims of the Manchester attack. A video of her performance of the moving song is included below.

Any readers with a little over three hours to spare can enjoy the full "One Love Manchester" benefit concert below, as streamed live on the night.