Ariana Grande's manager has echoed the words of a mother of one of the youngsters killed in the Manchester Arena attack.
Scooter Braun recounted the message of Olivia Campbell-Hardy's mother, Charlotte, that those who died will “never be victims” while appearing on stage at the One Love Manchester benefit concert.
He also passed on the words from the 15-year-old's best friend, Adam, who was injured in the attack and was visited by Grande in hospital on Friday night.
Mr Braun said: “This tragedy has made us all throw away our divides, our differences, our politics, our adult nature and look to our children.
"Manchester, your bravery is our hope. You joining us here today with so many watching around the world sends that message spoken by Olivia Campbell-Hardy's mother, Charlotte that her daughter and all of the others lost will never be victims."
He said a TV screen had been set up for the children who remain at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
”I promised one of those kids I would deliver a message, his name is Adam, he's 13-years-old. He lost his best friend Olivia that night and after his surgery we met him.
“And just I was about to leave the room, Adam looked at me and he said, 'hey Scooter, make sure you tell them don't go forward in anger, love spreads'.
"Adam if you're watching, you're our hero tonight,“ he added to cheers from the 50,000 strong crowd at the Old Trafford Cricket ground.
Mr Braun also praised fans for coming to the concert following last night's terror attack on London Bridge and Borough Market and called Grande ”one of the bravest people I know."Reuse content