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The Sun shared that "Love not hate" is becoming a slogan for Grande's Manchester concert , with some concert-goers posing for pics in "Love not Hate" T-shirts as well as the One Love Manchester merch. Marcus Mumford of British-American band Mumford and Sons started the show with a minute silence, before performing the group's attractive song Timshel , setting the bar for what is sure to be a musical message of unity and love.

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Thousands gathered at the show joined Williams in the sing-along, with some reduced to tears as they remembered those who'd lost their lives, and the dozens who remain in hospital following the attack. Coldplay were also a crowd favorite, performing well-known songs like "Viva La Vida" and "Fix You". The concert comes the day after attackers targeted the heart of London, killing seven people.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May had laid out details of the attack that had been confirmed, along with her plan to prevent more like it. Police said the attacks had been declared terrorist incidents. A vigil for the victims will take place at nearby Tower Bridge on Monday evening. Almost two weeks on from the suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena, there was a sense in Britain that - at least for those not directly affected by that attack - life was slowly returning to normal.

Grande returns to Manchester to honor victims with benefit

Grande returns to Manchester to honor victims with benefit

Grande, who described herself as "broken" following the May 22 bombing, immediately returned to the United States, interrupting her Dangerous Woman world tour. "I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for being here today", the singer said between songs. The money raised will go to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund for the victims.

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With the Wonder Woman movie now in theaters and a hit with critics, expected to pull in more than $90 million domestically this weekend, all thoughts are on one word: SEQUEL. Diana tries to think, poor thing, but only has questions: Why do men exist? she wonders. For instance, one scene has members of the British cabinet gripe in anger at the presence of Diana, because, well no women allowed when important men have to decide the future of the world.

Mumford & Sons singer holds moment of silence

Mumford & Sons singer holds moment of silence

All proceeds from the event will go toward the " We Love Manchester Emergency Fund ", in partnership with the British Red Cross and Manchester City Council. "I just want to take this moment to honour the people that were lost, that were taken". He said: "Thank you so much for having me, you guys are so courageous.