Ariana Grande once again showcased her love for fans through One Love Manchester concert after the May 22 terrorist attack during her concert. This is a benefit event for people who were victims of the tragic incident. It was live streamed last June 4, 2017. The 23-year-old female singer opened her highly-awaited performance with "Be Alright," one of the tracks in her "Dangerous Woman" album. Meanwhile, there are other artists who have initial performances onstage before the "Side to Side" hitmaker made her act.

Stevie Wonder pays tribute to Manchester

According to Billboard, the live stream unexpectedly offered an interlude from veteran singer Stevie Wonder. The 67-year-old musician made a brief appearance singing "Love's in Need of Love today." The American-British singer Marcus Mumford began the event with Mumford and Sons' "Timshel." He lightened up the atmosphere by asking them to stand for a moment of silence, encouraging the crowd not to be afraid.

Following his solo performance, Mumford welcomed Manchester's very own pop group Take That. They sang "Giants" "Rule the World" and "Shine" and then told everyone to "Stand strong, look at the sky and sing loud and proud."

Justin Bieber emphasizes the love of God

The crowd was hyped as the "Sorry" singer takes the stage.

Justine Bieber immediately addressed the audience, telling them that love always wins and it is a better way to fight the evil. He then shared the honor of being in the said event as he strums the guitar to the tune of "Love Yourself." Following the hit song, he played a known track which he collaborated with Major Lazer entitled "Cold Water."

Bieber ended his performance with an emotional message saying no matter what happens in the world, God is still in the midst.

He emphasized how God loves them and will always be there for them. The 23-year-old male singer also honored the victims and families as well who experienced the loss.

Ariana Grande showered with love

Scooter Braun, Grande's manager, described her as the "woman of the hour" and "one of the bravest" people he knows. Grande performed after former One Direction's Niall Horan took off the stage.

As mentioned earlier, she started off with "Be Alright," followed by "Break Free." She also performed alongside Coldplay, with Chris Martin who sang a cover of Oasis' "Don't look back in anger."

Furthermore, the concert ended with all the invited artists lining up onstage. For this emotional moment, Ariana sang "One Last Time" while hugging each artist who came. The night ended with her beautiful rendition of "Somewhere over the rainbow."