These Cute Videos Prove Cops And Guards Loved This Concert As Much As We Did

On May 22, suicide aircraft Salman Abedi exploded a hand crafted bomb taking after vocalist Ariana Grande’s show at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England.

In what was the deadliest assault in the U.K. since the July 2005 London bombings, 23 grown-ups and kids, including Abedi, were slaughtered and 119 were harmed. The most youthful casualty was only eight years of age. Groups of the casualties and in addition Grande herself were grief stricken and crushed in the wake of the silly psychological oppressor assault.

On June 4, the One Love Manchester advantage show was held at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground, amid which craftsmen including Grande, Katy Perry, Coldplay, and Niall Horan performed for nothing to raise cash for the Manchester Emergency Fund set up to help the casualties and their families.

In spite of the fact that show goers had each motivation to be overpowered with bitterness, many, including this security protect, moved to demonstrate their affection for One Love Manchester.

 

In this sweet and adorable video, a policeman was recorded dancing in a circle with a group of young children.

The concert ended up being a huge success, raising millions for the fund. To close, Grande sang a beautiful rendition of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Watch her powerful performance below.

Our hearts go out to all the victims and the families who lost their loved ones in the Manchester attack and in the more recent attack in London. You can donate to the Manchester Emergency Fund here, and please share to honor the people who lost their lives.