Ariana Grande pulls out of 'surprise' Brits performance

Ariana Grande pulls out of 'surprise' Brits performance

Ariana Grande pulls out of 'surprise' Brits performance

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Ariana Grande has pulled out of the Brit Awards with just hours to go until the live show.

The 24-year-old was rumoured to be singing a moving tribute to the Manchester terror attack victims who were tragically killed at her concert last year.

"It was utter chaos when the call came in that Ariana couldn't do it", a source told the publication.

"We think it's really important to recognise that bad atrocity and the impact on so many lives so I can confirm we did have Ariana Grande lined up to make a performance tonight", Geoff said.

Liam Gallagher was one of the many artists who took part in Ariana's fundraiser, along with Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and Little Mix. The whole industry wants to come together to pay their respects to the victims.

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"And hopefully it will be a fitting remembrance and recognition of what happened, which was so awful".

'The effects of that awful night resonated far and wide in the music industry and it's only right everyone comes together to pay their respects'.

The Mirror reports that former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher will take Ariana's place, and that he might sing the Oasis tune "Live Forever", which he performed with Coldplay's Chris Martin at the One Love Manchester concert.

The benefit concert also saw Coldplay lead the crowd in a rendition of Oasis's Don't Look Back In Anger, which had become an anthem of defiance for Manchester.

However, Gallagher has now hit out at the BRITs for not allowing him to perform this year, but asking him to present an award instead.

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