Ariana Grande Just Released Another Manchester Charity Single

The song might just make you cry

Last Sunday, Ariana Grande brought together some of the biggest names in music for One Love Manchester, a charity concert to benefit the victims of the Manchester bombing on May 22. The concert wasn’t the only way Ariana has tried to give back. She had already re-released her 2014 single “One Last Time” as a charity single. Now, she has a second charity single out and this one will make you tear up.

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If you watched the emotional benefit concert, then you know that Ariana closed the show with a tear-inducing cover of the Wizard of Oz classic, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” Now, E! Online reports, the live recording of her rendition of the song is available on streaming platforms. In fact, the entire concert is.

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The One Love Manchester album is available on Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal, and features 39 songs (it’s a great way to experience the show if you missed it live or to relive it if you didn’t). As E! Online reports, “all proceeds from the singles will benefit the victims of the terrorist attack.”

After the show, Ariana and her crew also paid tribute to the victims in a beautiful and very permanent way — with matching bee tattoos.

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Source: Seventeen

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