The Manchester benefit concert led by Ariana Grande not only came off without a hitch, it delivered one of the most heartwarming live moments between a fan and a star we’ve seen all year.
During Grande’s performance with the Parrs Wood High School Choir from Manchester, the choir’s 12 year-old soloist, Natasha Seth, wavered with emotion while trying to continue her performance alongside Grande.
As soon as Grande noticed, she pulled Seth in closer and helped her make it through the rest of the song, ending the performance with an embrace of the talented young singer that drew tearful cheers from the audience.
It was a moment that epitomized the meaning of the benefit concert: reaching out to comfort and support the people of Manchester in the wake of the terrorist attack in May.
So my little girl sang and cried next to her hero, Ariana Grande. Tashy, you and the choir did us and Manchester proud. We love you xx
— karl seth (@natkingcarlos) June 4, 2017
The concert, dubbed One Love Manchester, was live streamed to 38 countries and the proceeds from the concert, which included the likes of Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, and the Black Eyed Peas, will be sent to a charity fund organized by the Manchester City Council.