Take That helped to kick f tonight's (June 4) One Love Manchester event, a charity concert put on to raise money for the victims the terror attack that killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena last month.

The concert was started by Marcus Mumford leading the crowd in a minute's silence and a performance 'Timeshel', before Manchester exports Take That then took to the stage for a three-song set that included 'Giants', 'Shine' and 'Rule The World'.

"Thanks to Ariana for inviting us tonight," Gary Barlow said.

"Everyone has been affected by this. But right now we want you to stand strong, look at the sky and sing loud and proud," he continued.

The boys swung by Old Trafford, where 50,000 people have gathered to pay tribute to the victims the attack, before heading on to Birmingham for their scheduled tour date.

Their set gave way to Robbie Williams, who invited his old bandmates back on stage with him to give a bow before his own set got under way.

The singer kicked f with 'Strong' and saw Robbie change to words to sing "Manchester we're strong, we're still singing our songs" in solidarity with the city, continuing on a change he started at his Heavy Entertainment Show tour dates in Manchester over the weekend.

Robbie then finished his set with the ever-touching hit song 'Angels', which saw the crowd joining in to sing along loud and proud.

The concert was organised by Ariana and her team and will feature performances from Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Little Mix, Coldplay and more over the course this evening.

To donate £5 to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, you can text 'LOVE' to 70507.


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