Proving that she is an unstoppable super star, Ariana Grande picked up where her tour left off and held her first concert since the Manchester terrorist attack in Paris last week.
Security was tight at her Paris show last Wednesday, but her French fans were more supportive than scared, even after a suicide bombing at her concert in Manchester killed 22 people.
Despite the horror of it all, Grande has handled everything with grace and poise. She raised millions of dollars for the families of the victims of the attack, organized an benefit concert in Manchester, and visited injured fans in the hospital.
“First show back tonight. Thinking of our angels every step of the way,” Grande wrote on an Instagram photo of the Eiffel Tower.
Even after everything she went through, Grande has shown her fans, and the world, that love always conquers hate. In the video above of her performing her song “One Last Time,” which has been re-released as a charity single benefiting victims, Grande chokes up and takes a pause during the bridge. See the video of her performing her other charity single, “Somewhere over the Rainbow” here.