Katy Perry pays tribute to Manchester terror attack victims

Danny Woods
June 5, 2017

Katy Perry broke down in tears as she paid tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack at a London gig.

"It's bad. It's terrible".

He added, "I ask you to please choose love every single day".

What a attractive moment in such tragic times.

Before belting out her 2012 hit Part of Me, she said: "I'm going to sing this next song for them". Music is a unifying, emotional experience for everyone, and in her speech, she thoughtfully says, "They can never take that away from us". We live in different times and we need to love each other more than ever.

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On "The Elvis Duran Show" this Tuesday, Perry talked about how open borders for the United States could do wonders and if people with differing views could just "co-exist", the situation would be much better for the world at large.

Bream said that she felt Perry meant well with her comments, and though Higbie admitted that Perry's remarks didn't seem to be out of malice, he insisted that many celebrities don't know what they're talking about when it comes to the world arena. They were very much in her thoughts on the morning after the explosion when she gave a tearful radio interview to Z100's Elvis Duran.

HIGBIE: Well I just think they are completely benign. "The U.K., they are just so passionate about music - just like anyone else, but they are just so in it, and so dedicated and so loyal", she said.

Katy Perry's calls for unity among pop music fans in the aftermath of the Manchester bombing have managed to unite at least one group.

During a heartfelt rendition of Malibu, on The Voice US, Miley said: "I want to dedicate this song to my good friend Ariana Grande and everyone who experienced that horrific attack yesterday".

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