Ariana Grande has shared a touching video of her fans singing No Tears Left To Cry in Manchester – one year after the devastating terror attack.
On May 22, 2017, a terrorist detonated an explosive device as fans were leaving the singer’s concert at the Manchester Arena – killing 22 people, and injuring more than 500.
On the first anniversary of the attack, crowds gathered in Manchester to commemorate the victims of the horrific attack.
Taking to Twitter, Ariana shared a video of a crowd in Manchester singing her latest single – the first track she’s released since the tragedy.
so wish i were there with u all today. u have no idea. love you so v much. pic.twitter.com/quoUWllH8B
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 22, 2018
She wrote, “So wish i were there with u all today. u have no idea. love you so v much.”
Earlier that day, Ariana had also tweeted, “I love you with all of me and am sending you all of the light and warmth I have to offer on this challenging day.”
On Tuesday, a series of events took place across Manchester to mark the first anniversary.
Prince William and Prime Minister Theresa May joined the families of victims at a special remembrance service held at Manchester Cathedral – which was also attended by first responders to the scene, survivors of the attack, multi-faith leaders and national politicians.
The Duke of Cambridge attended the Manchester Arena National Service of Commemoration at @ManchesterCathedral today, marking one year since the attack on Manchester Arena. The multi-faith service remembered those who lost their lives in the tragedy, and was attended by the bereaved and survivors. It also gave thanks to emergency workers who assisted on the ground and in the aftermath of the attack ????PA
Last night, over 3,000 singers from local choirs took part in a special concert outside Manchester Town Hall, called “Manchester Together – With One Voice”.
The crowd of singers sang some amazing songs, including Ariana Grande’s ‘One Last Time’, ‘One Day Like This’ by Elbow, ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ by Oasis, and ‘Never Forget’ by Take That.
‘Manchester Together – With One Voice’ concert https://t.co/rT4Qmjd2HG
— Sky News (@SkyNews) May 22, 2018