Emotional Robbie Williams dedicates Angels to Manchester bombing victims

Opening the concert with fan favourite Let Me Entertain you, the former Take That singer referenced the horrifying events which had taken place in May, and in a stance of solidarity, shouted: "We are Manchester and we are not f*****g scared!"

Robbie Williams fed the lines to his hit single Angels to the fans at One Love Manchester on Sunday night as he was unable to sing as he became overcome with emotion.

Stuart Rowson wrote alongside his video: "A tearful Robbie Williams struggles to sing "Angels" - after dedicating it to the victims and families of the Manchester attacks".

THE singer dedicated a special version of Angels to those affected by the horrifying Manchester suicide attack.

Ahead of the concert Ariana's fans who were caught up in the Manchester bombing have said they were nervous to return to a concert so soon after recent terror attacks, but determined to carry on to show solidarity with the victims.

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Thousands of concert goers sung along with the British singer to the iconic ballad.

Another Twitter user posted video of Williams performing Strong but changing the lyrics of the chorus to "Manchester, we're strong, we're strong".

The pop star shared a picture of himself on Twitter after the gig, complete with a rainbow that had formed in the sky over the stadium.

The rocker was kicking off his sell-out tour a few miles down the road from the Manchester Arena where last week 22 people were killed at an Ariana Grande concert. The show will also feature performances by Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Coldplay and many others.