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Ariana Grande pays tribute to ex-boyfriend Mac Miller

In the first public statement since he died of a suspected overdose last week, Grande described him as her "dearest friend" and the "kindest, sweetest soul with demons he never deserved".

In the caption of a video, she said she was "so sorry" she hadn't been able to fix or take his pain away.

Miller, real name Malcolm McCormick, was open about his drug abuse.

He was found dead at his home in California. The official cause of death has not yet been announced.

Ariana Grande pulls out of Manchester tribute performance

The singer was due perform in memory of those affected by the attack - which took place at her concert.

Geoff Taylor, chief executive of the Brit Awards, said she was unable to travel "on doctor's orders".

Ariana later posted on her Instagram story a video of Liam Gallagher performing Live Forever in tribute.

Twenty two people died in the bombing at Manchester Arena on 22 May.

Ariana Grande felt 'every name' of the Manchester bombing victims

Scooter Braun said he and the singer met 19 families who had lost loved ones, which was the "hardest two hours of either of our lives".

Ariana suffered from trauma after the attack and questioned whether she could sing her songs ever again, he added.

But she decided to do a tribute concert so the victims didn't "die in vain".

"The terrorist made a mistake... they picked the wrong God damn show," Scooter said of the bombing on 22 May - in which 22 people died.

"Because if they thought we were going to roll over they don't know Ariana and they don't know me."

Ariana Grande calls for greater gun control after Vegas shootings

Police are working to establish the motive behind a mass shooting which left at least 59 dead and another 527 injured.

The singer, whose own gig in Manchester in May was attacked in an act of terrorism, killing 22 people, is calling for greater "love, unity, peace & gun control."

She adds that people should "call this what it is = terrorism."

Ariana Grande soars up chart after One Love concert

The track, originally released in 2014, achieved 2.9 million streams and 61,000 downloads.

Most proceeds from the song will go to the We Love Manchester fund for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack.

Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber's Despacito held onto the top spot for a fifth week.

Grande's One Love Manchester concert last weekend was attended by 50,000 music fans and watched by millions worldwide.

Liam Gallagher, who also performed at the event, saw his solo single Wall of Glass enter the chart at number 21.

Grande's benefit concert pays tribute to London

About 50,000 people were thought to have attended the concert, which comes 13 days after a suicide bombing hit Grande's show at Manchester arena, killing 22 people.

The concert at Old Trafford in Manchester City aims to support the families and victims affected by that attack.

Grande herself headlined the performance, and supporting acts include Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Take That, Pharrell Williams, Niall Horan, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Robbie Williams, Little Mix and The Black Eyed Peas.

Manchester attack: Ariana Grande visits injured fans

The star spent time with youngsters at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital in a surprise appearance ahead of a benefit concert on Sunday.

Following the singer's visit, the father of one of the injured said he had never seen his daughter so happy.

Suicide bomber Salman Abedi killed 22 people and injured dozens more at Grande's 22 May Manchester Arena gig.

Grande arrived back in the UK on Friday morning ahead of the One Love Manchester concert at Old Trafford cricket ground.

Manchester One Love concert: 'Thousands make false ticket claims'

The agency said "opportunists or touts" had tried to take advantage of its offer for those who were at the Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena.

It has said fans at the original show can get into Sunday's event for free.

Some 25,000 people applied - but just 14,200 were at the concert on 22 May.

Twenty-two people died and 116 were injured in a suicide bombing at the end of Grande's show.

Ariana Grande announces Manchester benefit concert

The event, she said, will honor and raise money for the victims and their families.

"I want to thank my fellow musicians and friends for reaching out to be part of our expression of love for Manchester," she said in a letter posted Friday to social media. "I will have details to share with you as soon as everything is confirmed."

Ariana Grande back in top 40

It was the final track Ariana performed on Monday.

The song is being streamed and downloaded after a fan campaign to get the track to the top of the official charts.

The track has climbed from outside the top 200 overnight to number 35 and it's currently outselling Justin Bieber and Liam Payne on iTunes.

However iTunes sales no longer contribute greatly to chart positions, with the top 40 more influenced by listeners' streaming habits.