Last Sunday, several big name artists went to England to pay tribute to the lives lost at the Manchester Arena bombings. Local and international artists joined together for the “One Love Manchester” concert, organized in part by Ariana Grande:
Big names like the Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, and Katy Perry honored the victims and survivors of the May 22nd terror attack with somber, reflective songs and understated outfits.
Even Grande herself, who is often known for her glitzy concert outfits, pulled back for the ceremony. She traded in her bedazzled bodysuits for an oversized sweatshirt that read “One Love Manchester” and some bluejeans:
Not every musician took the same approach.
British pop group Little Mix is currently taking some heat for their more revealing ensembles.
The four women opted for revealing pieces like a fringed bra, a body suit, a crop top, and thigh high boots.
Many fans were not pleased:
Other fans were more supportive of the outfits, and praised Little Mix's bold choice:
Regardless of costume choice, Little Mix was part of a wildly successful benefit concert. According to Fox News, the effort raised over $13 million for the families of those affected by the bombings.