Last night, Ariana Grande returned to Manchester for the One Love Manchester – a concert organised by the singer to remember the victims of the terror attack that claimed 22 lives following her performance on May 22.
Ariana called on some of the best in the business to join her on stage, including, Take That, Robbie Williams, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Coldplay and Black Eyed Peas.
There was even a surprise performance from Oasis front man, Liam Gallagher who emotionally charged rendition of Live Forever, left the crowds at Old Trafford, and indeed everyone watching at home lost for words.
Here's how the night went down from start to finish.
Marcus Mumford opened the show with a solo performance of Mumford and Son's Timshel.
It was then time for Take That to take to the stage. The trio entertained the crowds with hits Shine, We are Giants and Rule the World, before welcoming their former band mate, Robbie Williams to the stage. Unfortunately the guys didn't perform together, but they did take a moment to stand united before Robbie continued with his set.
Pharrell Williams invited Miley Cyrus on stage for an uplifting performance of Happy.
Niall Horan then serenaded the 50,000 strong crowd with songs Slow Hands and This Town, before Ariana made her first appearance of the night.
The singer received hug cheers upon her arrival on stage, and had then entire stadium singing Break Free with her.
Ariana then welcomed Black Eyed Peas to the stage, where she joined them for a heart-felt rendition of Where is the Love?.
Up next, Little Mix, who gave a powerful performance of Wings, complete with killer harmonies.
A little later in the night, a visibly emotional Katy Perry performed a stripped-back version of her hit Part of Me, before Roar got the whole crowd dancing.
Justin Bieber ditched the bells and whistles, taking to the stage with just an acoustic guitar in hand for a toned-down performance of Love Yourself and Cold Water.
Before serenading the crowds with Fix You, Viva la Vida and Something Just Like This, Coldplay decided it was time to give a something back to Ariana, and so led the crowd in an emotional version of Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger.
The biggest surprise of the night came when Liam Gallagher took to the stage at Old Trafford to rock the crowd with classic Oasis hits. The singer had previously said he who not be able to attend the concert, but in true Gallagher style he shocked with performances of Rock n Roll Star and Live Forever.
The night came to an end when Ariana invited all the guest performers back to the stage for a group performance of One Last Time before finishing off with Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
The concert raised over €2 million for the the victims of the Manchester terror attack.