R&B crooner Usher Raymond was noticeably missing from the One Love Manchester benefit concert in Manchester, England on Sunday.
The 38-year-old father-of-2 wisely skipped the concert after 7 people were killed and 48 injured during coordinated terrorist attacks in London, England on Saturday.
Fans took to Twitter.com to question Usher's whereabouts after the concert ended.
"I just remembered something, where was Usher?" one user Tweeted.
Usher was scheduled to take the stage with Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams and other American stars.
Earlier on Sunday, Usher shared links to websites where fans could tune into a livestream on his Twitter page.
He also posted an emotional video message, but he gave no indication that he wouldn't perform.
"My heart is with you Manchester, I'm so sorry for all your loss and all the pain you've been through," he said, adding, "My family and I send our heartfelt condolences."
The concert raised over $3 million for the victims of the suicide bombing at Ariana's concert in Manchester on May 22.
But Brits questioned whether it was appropriate for "attention-seeking" American celebs to go ahead with the concert just hours after another terror attack on British soil.
A Daily Mail UK reader wrote: "I don't know but the last thing I wanna see is ariana and katie in their usual lingerie get up singing for the victims."
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