Last night's One Love Manchester benefit concert raised over €2 million for both the survivors and families of the victims' of the Manchester bombing.
About 50,000 people gathered in Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester - to celebrate the lives of those killed.
The benefit show came just two weeks after 22 people were killed and dozens were injured at Grande's concert in the city.
Marcus Mumford opened the show and was followed by Take That and Robbie Williams.
Ariana Grande came out onto the stage midway through the show - after performances from Parrell Williams, Miley Cyrus and Niall Horan.
The 23 year-old was greeted with a huge cheer when she took to the stage and later broke down in tears when she was joined by the local Parrs Wood High School Choir during one of her songs.
Other performers on the night included Mac Miller, Little Mix, Katy Perry, Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber and Coldplay while Liam Gallagher also made a surprise appearance in his home town of Manchester.
While it was Ariana herslelf who closed off the show with a moving rendition of Somewhere Over the Rainbow:
One of the most standout moments of the night was this policeman dancing with a bunch of kids: