Ariana Grande has released her live rendition of the Wizard of Oz classic, ‘Over The Rainbow‘ from her performance at the One Love Manchester benefit concert.
The singer’s song, ‘One Last Time‘ is already heading for Number One in the UK following its reissue as a charity single. Now, Grande has revealed she will be releasing her cover of ‘Over The Rainbow‘ to raise money for the victims of the Manchester attack.
Sunday saw an incredible benefit concert featuring artists such as Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Coldplay, and more. The show was organised following a terror attack which took place at Grande’s Manchester Arena show two weeks ago which left 22 dead and 59 injured. The One Love Manchester concert raised a total of £2 million which has pushed the total raised for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund to £10 million.
It has also surfaced that Noel Gallagher, who wasn’t present at the concert, is donating the royalties from Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger‘ to the Manchester relief fund. ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger‘ has recently become more important than ever with many Mancunians serenading the attack victims vigil with the song earlier last week.
Grande and her team have also reportedly had their bodies inked with bee tattoos following the One Love Manchester concert. This act follows a number of tributes from the 23-year-old singer and her team following the Manchester attacks.
Ariana’s Dangerous Woman tour is currently on hold following the incident. To donate to One Love Manchester you can visit their website here.