Stretford's Emirates Old Trafford in England was filled with thousands of brave individuals who came to witness Ariana Grande's benefit concert after the deadly attack in Manchester that has taken 22 innocents lives and wounded 59 individuals. Similarly, the "One Love Manchester" show was the pop singer's first public appearance after being "heartbroken" over the terrorist act.

'Love always wins.'

Despite the unfortunate turn of events, Ariana asked the public not to be "recoiled" and encouraged the victims not to quit nor "operate in fear" after the senseless attack last May 22.

Similarly, the singer announced her plan to hold a benefit show for the victims and their families. And as promised, the 23-year-old personality returned to the UK and even paid a visit to her young fans who are currently recovering at a children's hospital after the incident.

She was joined by Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Robbie Williams, Coldplay and more for the "One Love Manchester" concert. An emotional Ariana appeared on stage to perform some of her greatest hits such as "Break Free" and "My Everything" with the Parrs Wood High School Choir.

"Tonight is all about love," the female singer said as her beau, Mac Miller, joined her to perform their latest song "The Way." Ariana also shared the stage with Miley Cyrus and Black Eyes Peas.

Bieber, on the other hand, was teary-eyed when he took the "One Love Manchester" stage. The Canadian singer-songwriter performed the acoustic versions of "Love Yourself" and "Cold Water" before he delivered a message of hope to the victims of the Manchester attack.

"God is in the midst, no matter what is happening in the world.

And he loves you, and he's here for you," he told the crowd. The "Mark My Words" singer did not forget to pay tribute to those who were killed during the tragic incident and expressed his sincerest love to the victims and their families.

'For our angels'

Although the atmosphere inside the Emirates Old Trafford was happy and ecstatic, some of the attendees could not help but become emotional whenever an artist speaks about the tragedy in Manchester.

In fact, most of them were moved when Miley Cyrus called for peace after what happened in Manchester and the recent attacks in London. The "Can't Be Tamed" singer said the primary responsibility of every individual is to look after each other.

The three-hour "One Love Manchester" concert, which was attended by around 50,000 people, was concluded with Ariana's own rendition of "Over the Rainbow."