Piers Morgan was not happy when Ariana Grande immediately left the United Kingdom in the wake of the Manchester attack which took place right after the pop singer's "Dangerous Woman" concert on May 22. The British journalist was disappointed when the American artist went home a day after the bombing which has taken the lives of 22 individuals and has left 59 others wounded.

Through his social media account, the 52-year-old journalist replied to one of Katy Perry's tweets, praising the Queen for paying a visit to the Manchester attack victims. "Might have been nice if Ariana Grande had stayed to do the same," he wrote, tagging the "Break Free" singer.

His remarks caught the attention of the netizens who were quick to defend the female artist for leaving the UK after the traumatic experience. Morgan, however, refused to back down and countered that "if the Queen can visit the victims in hospital, so can the star they paid to see."

The TV personality even insisted he would pay a visit to those who were wounded and killed if he were in Ariana's shoes. While there were a few who agreed with what Morgan was pointing out, most of them stood by the singer who was also traumatized by the incident.

'I misjudged you'

After the "One Love Manchester" concert on Sunday, the British journalist tweeted Ariana to apologize for his previous remarks about her. Morgan said he "misjudged" the American singer when he accused her of running away in the wake of the Manchester tragedy.

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The TV personality acknowledged he was wrong when he criticized her for leaving the city after the incident. Morgan also commended Ariana for "putting on a fabulous show" for the victims of the terrorist attack. Many netizens praised the British journalist for owning his mistake.

'One Love Manchester'

About 50,000 fearless individuals gathered at the Emirates Old Trafford to witness Ariana and her co-singers perform for the victims and families affected by the tragedy. The crowd was unstoppable as they accompanied their favorite artists onstage.

The "Love Me Harder" artist was joined by Miley Cyrus, Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber, Niall Horan, Coldplay and more for the benefit concert that aims to raise funds for the bombing victims. Each artist delivered a message of hope to the people of the Greater Manchester. Some of them were even emotional while performing before thousands of people who came to show their love and unity in this difficult times.