Ariana Grande to release charity single of Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Posted June 13, 2017

Although £10 million has already been raised for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, Grande is keen to add to the total with the release of another single.

Grande ended the night with all the musicians returning to the stage for a performance of her single "One Last Time", followed by "Somewhere Over the Rainbow". Grande later gestured offstage to welcome an anonymous guest to sing with her onstage. The "Malibu" singer was also featured in Pharrell Williams's performance of his hit song "Happy".

And the star ended the night on a ideal note, with a gorgeous rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".

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Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and the United Kingdom girl group Little Mix were just some of the artists who performed at the concert.

Sunday's One Love Manchester concert took on added brevity and bravery, considering that it was just one day after another terrorist attack in London killed seven people and injured almost 50 on Saturday night at the London Bridge and Borough Market.

"I love you I love you".

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In addition to her benefit concert, Ariana has also visited her injured fans in the hospital and reportedly offered to pay for the funerals of those who tragically lost their lives.

On Sunday (June 3), Usher shared links to websites where fans could tune into a live stream of the event on his Twitter page.

"Spotify is making an additional, sizeable donation on behalf of our users to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund in aid of the British Red Cross", a spokesperson told E! "It will be part of the discussions with the families about a permanent memorial", he stated.

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The concert is being broadcast to millions of people in more than 50 countries across the world.