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A police officer danced to Bieber with some kids in the sweetest moment at One Love Manchester

The clip has charmed the world.

Manchester attack benefit concert Source: PA Wire/PA Images

LAST NIGHT, SOME of the biggest names in the music world joined Ariana Grande to perform in a benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester attack.

The event took on even greater significance in light of the terror attack in London on Saturday night, in which seven people were killed and 48 injured.

Manchester attack benefit concert Source: Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester

Manchester attack benefit concert Source: Dave Hogan for One Love Manchester

Coldplay, Katy Perry, Robbie Williams and Liam Gallagher were among the star-studded lineup – and though the performances themselves were fantastic, some sweet moments happened offstage, too.

As Justin Bieber sang, the camera panned to a group of kids playing ring-a-rosie in the crowd, joined by a police officer:

policeman Source: Twitter

Clips and gifs of their joyful jig have been shared hundreds of thousands of times on social media, with people saying it gave them “goosebumps”.

But this police officer wasn’t the only one joining the fun – stewards and other officers were later spotted having a whale of a time with fans during Coldplay’s set.

Can’t see the video? Click here.

Can’t see the video? Click here.

It was a night full of emotion – especially when Grande was joined by Parrs Wood High School Choir, some of whom were at the concert on May 22.

They performed a beautiful version of her song My Everything, and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house:

Source: Kajal/YouTube

According to the British Red Cross, the concert brought in £2.35 million in donations, all of which will be used to support those injured or bereaved in the attack.

If you would like to make a donation, you can still do so here.

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