A Manchester high school choir, which recorded a version of Ariana Grande’s hit My Everything after the Manchester Arena bombing, was joined by the singer herself during their heartfelt performance at the One Love Manchester benefit concert. 

Some members of local Parrs Wood High School were in attendance at Grande’s May 22 concert, prompting the school’s choir to record a tribute with proceeds going towards victims of the attack. The tune gained significant exposure, and its associated fundraising page has collected nearly £5,000 alone. 

 

12-year-old soloist Natasha Seth’s performance was singled out for her performance on the track, and during the choir’s ace performance at today’s massive benefit concert, Grande herself accompanied the student.

It was pretty emotional for everyone involved.

It was a stand-out moment at the huge event, which also saw Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, and Liam Gallagher perform a string of hits. All told, the event is expected to raise £2M for those affected by last month’s terror attack.

Source: ITV / Manchester Evening News.
Photo: Kevin Mazur / One Love Manchester / Getty.