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A Choir Performed With Ariana Grande At One Love Manchester And It Was Very Emotional

A choir from Parrs Wood High School in Manchester performed with the singer.

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On Sunday night, Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert took place, featuring performances from Katy Perry, Little Mix, and Miley Cyrus.

One of the most emotional moments came when the pupils of Parrs Wood High School performed Grande's "My Everything" with the singer.

ITV News reported that the choir sang, recorded, and uploaded the cover to YouTube in the days following the attacks.A JustGiving page accompanying the track said: "Music brought people together at the concert on 22/5/2017 and we hope this is a fitting tribute to all the victims, their friends and families, the people of Manchester and the British spirit which will never be broken."
BBC / One Love Manchester

ITV News reported that the choir sang, recorded, and uploaded the cover to YouTube in the days following the attacks.

A JustGiving page accompanying the track said: "Music brought people together at the concert on 22/5/2017 and we hope this is a fitting tribute to all the victims, their friends and families, the people of Manchester and the British spirit which will never be broken."

Halfway through performing, Grande joined the choir on stage, and 12-year-old soloist Natasha Seth cried not long after.

BBC / One Love Manchester

And it was a very emotional moment.

Ariana looking after the little girl who got upset. My heart is going to burst 😭 #OneLoveManchester

And then they consoled each other.

An emotional moment as some of the choir were at the Ariana Grande concert on the night the attack took place...… https://t.co/BBJBMpoc8g

BBC / One Love Manchester / Via bbc.co.uk

And at the end of the song, they hugged.

BBC / One Love Manchester

Many people said they were in tears.

Not a dry eye after that performance by Parrs Wood High School choir. Blubbing like a baby watching at home. Beautiful. #OneLoveManchester

My highschool choir teacher once said, "This is why we sing. Because we believe the power of song can bring walls down." #OneLoveManchester

I'm loving how many strong female vocalists all the little girls in that audience have to sing along to. It's wonderful. #onelovemanchester

And many people in the audience were crying too.

BBC / One Love Manchester
BBC / One Love Manchester