Cameras caught an officer in a hat and yellow safety shirt happily dancing in a circle with children and fans during Justin Bieber's performance, where Bieber urged the crowd to "fight evil with love". Reaching out to his 6.5 million Instagram followers, the 38-year-old "Crash" singer shared a photo of Grande singing on stage, writing, "So happy to see that last night's concert in Manchester proved that love always prevails". Less than two weeks ago, a terrorist bombing took place outside of the nearby Manchester Arena, precisely timed to the ending of a concert by Grande that evening, killing 22 and wounding dozens. "And that love that you choose will give you strength". By re-releasing one of her biggest hits, the songstress is making it clear that she has nothing but love for everyone involved. He added, "You're an admirable young woman & this is a magnificent night".
In a subsequent appearance on the TODAY show later in the week, Cyrus said that the deadly incident caused her to re-think the concert circuit she makes her living on.
The singer vowed to return to the city in the wake of the incident, and now a stellar line-up of names are set to perform alongside her at the gig.
According to the Official Charts Company, proceeds from the packaged track will go to British Red Cross' We Love Manchester Fund, dedicated to people bereaved or injured in the terror attack that killed 22 last month.