Ariana Grande announced that she will be releasing her version of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” to raise more funds for the victims of the Manchester terror attack.
The 23-year-old pop star closed the One Love Manchester benefit concert with an emotional rendition of Judy Garland’s 1939 classic on SundayAlthough £10 million has already been raised for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, Grande is keen to add to the total with the release of another single.“Ariana’s team are working out behind the scenes what is necessary for the song to be released,” a source told The Sun.During the concert, Grande was joined by Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, and more.
Following her “One Love Manchester” benefit concert on Sunday, Ariana Grande has released “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” as a charity single. The singer performed the Wizard of Oz tune to close out the concert. The show served as a benefit for the victims of the suicide bombing that happened at Grande’s Manchester concert earlier this month reports that Grande is giving all proceeds from the song to the victims attack. She has also re-released “One Last Time” as a charity single.