Ariana Grande's released her heartfelt version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" to raise money for the tragic victims of the Manchester Arena terrorist attack following her One Love performance last weekend.
Ariana closed the fundraising show on Sunday with The Wizard of Oz track, and has now decided to release the live version as a single with all proceeds going to those affected by the events of May 22nd.
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A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Jun 5, 2017 at 8:10pm PDT
As well as re-releasing her My Everything single "One Last Time" after it became the poignant song associated with the attack, with proceeds going to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" is now also available on streaming services.
Ari's benefit concert raised over $2.6 million during the 3 hours it was broadcast, and it's reported the star and her team now have matching tattoos in tribute to the 22 people who lost their lives at her Dangerous Woman show.
Relive Ariana's emotonal performance below.
Our thoughts, as always, are with all affected.
This post was written by Carl Smith. It originally appeared on our sister site, Heat.