SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT Sir Paul McCartney, Kendall Jenner, Rita Ora and more stars ‘stand with Manchester’ in special tribute video
A range of musician and stars sent their well wishes in a montage
By Nola Ojomu, Showbiz Reporter
4th June 2017
CELEBRITIES from across the world featured in special montage of tributes to Manchester during Ariana Grande’s special benefit concert on Sunday.
Stars ranging from Sir Paul McCartney and Kendall Jenner to Jennifer Hudson and Bastille sent their messages of praise and support to the victims of the horrific attack which took place last month.
Sir Paul McCartney featured in montage of tributes to Manchester during Ariana Grande’s special benefit concert
The clip started with singer Halsey sending her love to the victims and those living in the city before the likes of Rita Ora, Demi Lovato, Jennifer Hudson, Bastille, Nick Grimshaw, The Chain Smokers and Camila Cabello appeared on screen.
Sir Paul McCartney was the last person on screen as he said: “Hello to the people of Manchester.”
“Have a great day of music there. I want to send my love and support from me and the boys to all of you there and to Ariana grande for organising this.
He continued: “Tonight Manchester is in the heart of the world. All my love, from me and the boys.”
In a previous clip David also shared his support, saying: “Manchester was a place that was my home for many years. The people are the most special I have met me in my life.
He added: “As a father it’s a day we will never forget. Tonight is about remembering those who suffered so much on that night but also celebrating the spirit of this great city, it’s a place we all love.”
Other stars including Stevie Wonder also spoke about the attack that left 22 dead and more than 120 injured as they shared their messages of support.
The concert was praised by fans and celebrities alike as many flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts.
The singer and a host of acts including Take That, Robbie Williams, Miley Cyrus, Little Mix and Pharrell Williams took to the stage to raise money for the victims of the Manchester bombing, and Twitter was left emotional and filled with admiration.
Piers Morgan had criticised the singer for flying home to America after the attack last Monday, but tonight he called changed his mind, tweeting: “I thought Ariana Grande was wrong to fly off after #ManchesterAttack.
Chrissy Teigen, posted: “This #onelovemanchester is wonderful. a really pure, kind, wonderful thing. love to everyone there!”
Khloe Kardashian posted: “Watching Ariana #OneLoveManchester on Twitter live! God bless you all!”