Ariana Grande releases powerful 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' cover from Manchester benefit

Ruben Ruiz
June 11, 2017

Now the pop singer is releasing a recording of her performance of Judy Garland's classic song - again to raise funds for victims and those affected by the tragic attack. Thinking of our angels every step of the way.

USA singer Ariana Grande is to resume her world tour in Paris on Wednesday, more than two weeks after it was interrupted by the Manchester suicide bomb attack.

During the show which was aired to millions of people on Sunday, Ariana said: 'I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for being here today.

The 23-year-old singer closed the One Love Manchester benefit concert over the weekend with the stunning cover and now it's available to download on iTunes or stream on Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal.

Grateful for and incredibly proud of my band, dancers and entire crew.

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Donating to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, artists have donated their time and the £50 cost of the tattoo.

Ariana was shocked after the attack took place and immediately tweeted her condolences once she was cleared from the area.

The song features on the One Love Manchester album, a collection of the 39 songs performed by stars including Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and Justin Bieber at the benefit gig.

Even before Tuesday's Notre Dame attack, police had announced a significant deployment planned for the U.S. singer's concert, noting its "powerful symbolic context". Many in the crowd were moved to tears by performances that included a duet between Grande and local schoolchildren. Get HELLO! Canada, PEOPLE, Vanity Fair and over 100 more of the world's best magazines for one low monthly price at Texture by Next Issue.

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