Ariana Grande's benefit concert for Manchester bombing victims has sold out in minutes.
Tickets for Sunday's Ariana Grande & Friends: One Love Manchester show, which features a star-studded lineup, went on sale on Thursday and were bought up with haste. The rush prompted Ticketmaster to reopen registration to accommodate fans who were at Grande's ill-fated May 22 concert in which 22 people died and dozens more were injured in a suicide bombing.
A fake Twitter account for the event incorrectly tweeted that tickets were gone in 6 minutes, a rep for Ticketmaster said. The ticket seller set aside 14,200 tickets for people who were at the May 22 concert, and more than 25,000 people applied for them — 10,000 of which were unscrupulous applications.