Justin Bieber praises God during Manchester concert

Bieber surrounded by Manchester Storm players last night

Bieber surrounded by Manchester Storm players last night

In an interview on SiriusXM's "The Morning Mash Up", Gomez said, "I thought Justin did great". "That we're not going to live in fear - that we refuse to".

"Everyone did such a lovely job", she told the radio show.

"God is good in the midst of the darkness".

Selena Gomez is proud to say that she is fearless in the aftermath of the Ariana Grande concert bombing that took place on May 22nd in London.

Overwhelmed with emotion at the concert - which saw Coldplay, Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus in attendance to honour the victims of the city's terror attack last month - the 24-year-old Canadian singer held off tears, telling his fans: 'It's an honour for me to be here'. I love you guys so much and I think that the kind of love and unity we're displaying is the medicine that the world really needs right now.

"Justin Bieber was back in town for last night's remarkable concert #ForManchester, in memory of all those who were tragically killed and injured in the recent very bad attack at the Manchester Arena".

When he asked the audience to put their hands up if they're not going to let go, "the whole arena erupted in waves", Refinery reported. God is goos in the midst of the veil.

"Wouldn't you agree that love always wins?" When the crowd responded, a tearful Justin led them in a chant of, "We love you and we honour you".

"She has really found who she is and what makes her happy", the insider added. The actress has since started seeing singer The Weeknd, born Abel Tesfaye.

Meanwhile, Ariana has also re-released her hit single "One Last Time" on iTunes in order to help raise further funds for the charity, which was set up by the British Red Cross.

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