The world was at a loss of words over the Manchester attack, which killed 22 people and wounded dozens at a packed Ariana Grande concert, including Camila Cabello.
On Wednesday, Cabello appeared on Britain's This Morning, where she revealed that she spoke with Grande after the terror attack at her Dangerous Woman concert. "I spoke to her after it happened, and I am so sorry about that [the attack]," the 20-year-old told host Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford. "She was shaken up, I mean what can you say."
The Cuban-born star also praised Grande and other artists for coming together during this difficult time to hold a benefit concert. "We [the singer and her team] were just talking about it, that concert. It’s horrible that it takes that to bring people together, but also it’s so moving,” the former Fifth Harmony member said.
One Love Manchester, which is an event dedicated to the victims of the attack, has an incredible line-up, which includes Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, Pharrell Williams and Niall Horan, among others. All the ticket sales from the show, which takes place on Sunday, June 4, will go to the Red Cross's Manchester Emergency Fund. Although the concert is currently sold out, Grande is offering free tickets to Arianators who attended her Manchester concert the night of the attack.
Check out Camila's full interview below.