Miley Cyrus was one of several musicians to take to the stage on Sunday night and bring a tear to the eyes of over 60,000 people in Manchester.
Along with Justin Bieber, Chris Martin, Liam Gallagher, organizer Ariana Grande and many others, Cyrus performed at a concert whose proceeds went to the Red Cross’ We Love Manchester emergency fund.
This fund was set up in the wake of an attack on May 22 that killed nearly two dozen people who attended a Grande concert in Manchester Arena.
At one point during this special show, Cyrus sang a duet of "Don't Dream It's Over" with Ariana, while at another point, she went solo with a rendition of her new single, "Inspired."
It was an appropriately moving song for the occasion.
Upon dedicating this performance to everyone in the crowd (and around the world, really), Cyrus added:
“I’d like to wrap my arms around each and every one of you and tell you thank you from the bottom of our hearts
"I am so honored to be at this incredible event surrounded by all you amazing people.”
"For me, the most important responsibility we have on this entire planet is to take care of one another, and look what we’re doing today and how amazing that is.”
It really is true.
The concert appears to have been a mammoth success, both from a fundraising perspective (about $2.6 million raised) and from the perspective of lifting up a city in need.
You can check out a number of memorable One Love Manchester moments here...
... and relive Miley's emotional dedication below.