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The event was attended by 50,000 people on Sunday, including many of those who were at the "Break Free" singer's concert when the attack took place.

Ariana Grande is resuming her tour after postponing a string of shows following the terrorist attack at her concert in Manchester.

Ariana put the concert together less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people as fans were exiting her May 22 show in Manchester.

Ariana Grande and The Black Eyed Peas performed a moving rendition of 'Where Is The Love?' at One Love Manchester last night (4th June).

It took plenty of courage for Grande to return to Manchester, as it did for those thousands in attendance - including about 14,000 who were at the original concert. Staff at the Manchester Ink tattoo parlour told WENN that members of the singers' team had been tattooed backstage with the bee symbol, but could not confirm whether the singer had been inked herself. "However, I extend my hand and heart and everything I possibly can give to you and yours, should you want or need my help in any way". "I'm so sorry for all of your loss and the pain that you've gone through".

The numbers on BBC One were around 10.9 million viewers but the concert was also streamed on radio stations and websites around the world.

E! News reported that Grande previously re-released her 2014 hit "One Last Time" as charity single in response to the incident. The insect is Manchester's symbol and the inking is said to be a tribute to the city and the victims of the attack on May 22nd. Last week, a press release said Usher would be taking the stage in addition to Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Katy Perry, Take That and Pharrell Williams.

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