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All the Most Memorable Moments from the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert

The concert was filled with touching moments.
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The One Love Manchester benefit concert happened is weekend and it was as beautiful and moving as we could have hoped. Ariana Grande brought together some of the biggest names in music to stand with Manchester after the bombing at her concert May 22 that left 22 dead.

The show was even more incredible than we could have imagined. Just look at the setlist:

Here are some of the highlights from the concert, in case you missed the live stream:

MILEY CYRUS AND PHARRELL WILLIAMS' "HAPPY" DUET:

MILEY CYRUS AND ARIANA GRANDE'S "DON'T DREAM IT'S OVER" DUET:

ARIANA GRANDE'S EMOTIONAL "MY EVERYTHING" PERFORMANCE:

KATY PERRY'S STRIPPED DOWN PERFORMANCE OF "PART OF ME":

JUSTIN BIEBER'S TOUCHING SPEECH:

ARIANA GRANDE'S SHOW-STOPPING "SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW" PERFORMANCE:

THE MANCHESTER POLICE OFFICER WHO STARTED A DANCE CIRCLE WITH A GROUP OF KIDS:

From: Marie Claire

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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