The families of the victims of the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester will receive $324,000 each. The proceeds from the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund are being divided up among the relatives of the 22 people killed in May after a bomb went off at Ariana Grande’s concert. The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund was set up following the attack and raised over $23 million, largely in part to Grande’s One Love Manchester concert that took place in June in the city.
When a total eclipse of the sun passes over the US on Monday, Bonnie Tyler will be performing “Total Eclipse of the Heart”. The first solar eclipse to pass over all 48 mainland state since 1979 is quite an event, and Time reports that the Welsh singer will treat guests of Royal Caribbean’s Total Eclipse Cruise to a rendition of her most famous song during the eclipse. Read more here.
Barack Obama now has most-liked Tweet in the history of social media. Obama addressed the events that took place in Virginia by tweeting a photo of himself with several children of varying ethnicities, along with a quote from the late Nelson Mandela: “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…” As of now, the Tweet has over 4 million likes. See the Tweet below and find out more here.