Zoe Unsworth finished the night off with a couple of songs including Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger, which acted as a symbol of unity in Manchester after the terrorist attack a year ago.
The crowds ended a day of remembrance by joining in with the hits of Oasis, Take That and Ariana Grande, the singer whose young fans were the target when Salman Abedi detonated a suicide bomb at Manchester Arena. "Thinking of you all today and every day", she wrote, with an emoji of the bumblebee which is a symbol of Manchester.
The finale was a mass 30-minute communal singalong including Don't Look Back In Anger by Oasis, One Day Like This by Elbow, Ariana Grande's One Last Time, Never Forget by Take That and The Beatles' All You Need Is Love.
The Duke of Cambridge and Theresa May were among those who paid homage at a special ceremony at Manchester Cathedral before a minute's silence was observed.
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"In this service we come together as people of different faiths and none, and to remember with love before God those whose lives were lost and those whose lives have been changed forever", said Manchester Cathedral dean Rogers Govender.
"The targeting of the young and innocent as they enjoyed a carefree night out. was an act of sickening cowardice", Theresa May wrote in the city's local paper the Manchester Evening News.
The pop star told survivors and the families of victims that she was "thinking of you all today and every day". In fact I know I love you all big time massive'. The Lord Mayor of Manchester, June Hitchen, and the Bishop of Manchester, the Right Reverend David Walker, were also part of the event.
As the world watched, Manchester came together in a show of solidarity and hope after tragedy.
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Photographs of those who died in the bombing were displayed on screens in the cathedral shortly before the silence and 22 lit candles on the altar represented each one of the victims, which were made using wax from the thousands of candles left in St Ann's Square in their memory last May.
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Bells on the city hall and churches rang out at 10:31 p.m., a year since the bomb exploded.
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