U2 Turns Whole Audience Into Gospel Choir on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (Video)

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Bono, lead singer of the band U2 and ONE organisation co-founder arrives for a reception with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and with youth representatives of the organisation ONE against human poverty in Berlin April 8, 2013. ONE is a grassroots advocacy and campaigning organization that fights extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa. |

U2 remembers Manchester victims and leads the whole audience at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in a gospel rendition of their popular song, "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."

Since the Dublin natives are just an hour plane ride away from Manchester, England, Kimmel decided to ask U2 about the recent terror attack that took place after an Ariana Grande concert in a Manchester Arena.

"They hate music. They hate women. They even hate little girls," frontman Bono said in response. "They hate everything that we love. And the worst of humanity was on view in Manchester ... But so was the best, as people took perfect strangers into their houses and queued up for blood banks. Manchester has an undefeatable spirit, I can assure you."

Towards the end of the interview the legendary group began talking about their 1987 album The Joshua Tree and it's unforgettable visuals. While talking, a backdrop was wheeled out on stage and they began a surprise performance of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."

"We want to play for you now a gospel song with a restless spirit," Bono introduced the song, which included an accompaniment of a choir comprised of different audience members planted throughout the studio.