Ariana Grande Released The Most Beautiful Song To Benefit Manchester Victims

Ariana Grande has reportedly been inked with a bee tattoo as a permanent tribute to those who lost their lives in the Manchester Arena bombing attack following her concert on 22 May (17).

Approximately 50,000 people were in attendance at One Love Manchester, which featured a massive lineup of performers alongside Grande. Her powerfully charged performance resonated most in the hearts of those watching in the stadium and at home. “I love you I love you”, wrote the singer.

Her team is working to release that emotional final number as a single to raise even more money for victims, the UK’s Independent newspaper reported on Tuesday.

A Cumbrian mother and daughter who survived the Manchester terror attack on Monday, 22nd May, have described the benefit concert held for the victims as a celebration full of emotion.

A-listers such as Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Pharrell Williams and Coldplay all delivered, but Grande stole the show.

The heartwarming benefit gig ended with Ariana Grande performing an emotionally charged rendition of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow“.

Grande re-released her hit song “One Last Time” as a single for charity as well.

And that total is expected to rise after all the proceeds from Sunday’s star-studded One Love Manchester concert are counted. 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.

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. Texts cost £5 plus your standard network rate, with 100% of your donation going to the We Love Manchester Fund.

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