Grande was also emotional throughout the concert raised more than $13 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund to benefit those affected by the attack at Grande's May 22 show.
Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert on Sunday was a massive success, raising millions of dollars to support the families of those injured and killed in last month's attack after the Pop star's concert. They have called for her to be formally honored by Queen Elizabeth and the city of Manchester.
The No Limit singer has now taken to Instagram to explain his absence, insisting he wanted to perform, but had to be with his son.
Manchester Ink gave Grande and her Dangerous Woman tour team the bee tattoos backstage at the tribute concert on Sunday (June 4), according to The Telegraph.
"By coming back to Manchester so soon, shrugging off the latest attack in London, standing on that stage and performing with such raw emotion and power, you showed more guts, resilience, strength of character and "Blitz spirit" than every sniveling, pathetic ISIS coward put together", Morgan wrote in the Daily Mail.
Morgan tweeted during the concert that he misjudged Grande and apologised. Featuring performances by Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Liam Gallagher, Take That, Robbie Williams and Black Eyed Peas, the concert kicked off at 7PM local time and aired on BBC One.
Grande closed the night with an emotional performance of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".
"Because far from being a cliched child star, Grande has shown herself to be a flawless role model for our daughters after all", Lambert wrote.