Robbie Williams is set to reunite with Take That for Ariana Grande's benefit concert, which will take place this Sunday in aid of the Manchester terror attack victims, according to reports. The Twitter page said they were still organising the ticketing process for that.
Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber are joining Grande and Brit-favorites Take That and One Direction's Niall Horan are also included in the show. And Ticketmaster is working to ensure that no resellers will attempt to profit off of the charity event. "We are actively removing all listings & restricting sellers who try to", the company posted.
A number of free tickets, however, were set aside for those who'd attended Ariana Grande.
One eBay seller was looking to offload four tickets to the gig for £1,250 - which would net a potential profit of almost £1,100.
Ticketmaster has dealt with 10,000 "unscrupulous" applications for free tickets for Sunday's One Love Manchester benefit gig from people falsely claiming to have attended Ariana Grande's Manchester Arena show.
The concert is scheduled to take place at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground on 4th June and will be broadcast live on BBC radio and TV.
The event officially sold out in six minutes after they went on sale Thursday.
All the general tickets of the show have been sold out owing to the remarkable demand of the concert.
Ticketmaster said demand was "always going to be extremely high", with more than 450,000 searches for the event on its site in 24 hours. We want to give all fans who were at the show, regardless of where they bought their tickets, every opportunity to register for One Love Manchester.