Ariana Grande to release charity single of Somewhere Over The Rainbow

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Other performing artistes included Pharrell, Robbie Williams, One Direction's Niall Horan, the Black Eyed Peas and Mac Miller.

The attack left 22 people dead (most of them fans who attended the concert or family who were picking up their kids after the show) and over 100 people injured.

Most 23-year-old singers would be catatonic after a terrorist attack at one of their concerts, but Ariana Grande bounced back to help Manchester heal. Later this week, the number will get bigger when the money from One Love Manchester ticket sales is added to the total, the British Red Cross said.

On her Instagram page, the brunette beauty shared a short video of a sweet infant softly crying to her rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", which she sang to close out the show. After the song, Grande walked off stage with tears in her eyes.

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Fans have questioned Usher's whereabouts after he failed to appear at One Love Manchester on Sunday (04 Jun 17).

"Tonight has been filled with love and fun and bright energy, so thank you for that".

While everyone's performance was incredible and emotional, Katy Perry's outfit for the Manchester Benefit concert was out-of-this-world inspiring. Proceeds from the single, and the concert go towards the We Love Manchester victims' fund, set up by officials at Manchester City Council and the British Red Cross. The song was both heartbreaking and lovely and Grande's vocals were note flawless despite being on the brink of tears. Including proceeds from the 50,000 fans who showed up to the event, the Manchester Evening News adds that this puts the final number at more than £10 million, or nearly $13 million in USA dollars, which will all go towards the We Love Manchester fund.

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