Ariana Grande releases Somewhere Over the Rainbow as charity single

Grande performed "One Last Time" toward the end of the concert and will re-release the song as a charity single, with all the proceeds benefiting the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

Ariana, 23, shared the clip on Instagram with her 108million followers and the video has now been viewed more than 4.7million times. One injured fan attended her concert on Sunday.

Grande will be also reportedly be resuming her world tour later this week in Paris, after suspending it and canceling her London shows in the wake of the attack.

Following May 22's suicide bombing that took the lives of twenty-two innocent concertgoers, Ariana Grande posted a heartfelt apology to her fans on Twitter.

The sell-out show on Sunday saw a line-up of global stars come together to pay tribute and raise funds for those affected by the Manchester terror bombing that killed 22 people.

The pop superstar closed Sunday's One Love Manchester concert with a moving rendition of Over the Rainbow.

Grande performed throughout the show, singing her hits from "Side to Side" to "Break Free". The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund had already reached roughly $9 million prior to the concert and expected to earn more from ticket sales, merchandise and broadcast rights.

The album's proceeds will purportedly go to a charity benefiting the victims of last month's attack, which killed at least 22 people and wounded nearly 60 more.

"We will not quit or operate in fear", Grande stated in a full statement about the Manchester attack.

British singer Marcus Mumford held a moment of silence before performing at the concert The leader of rock band Mumford & Sons sang Timshel while strumming his guitar.

The concert, according to Variety, raised $2.6 million.

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