Ariana Grande to release charity single of Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Grande, 23, returned to Manchester on Sunday night for a charity concert, less than two weeks after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at her Manchester Arena concert on May 22.

Ariana will now release the track to help raise funds for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and British Red Cross, according to The Sun.

In a subtle but moving tribute, USA singer Katy Perry wore a dress with photos of the victims of the May 22 Manchester attack during fellow pop star Ariana Grande's benefit concert on Sunday (June 4).

The concert, which brought the likes of Liam Gallagher, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Take That, Robbie Williams, Little Mix, Miley Cyrus, The Black Eyed Peas, Niall Horan and Pharrell Williams, was watched globally by audiences on Facebook and Twitter, as well as on terrestrial TV channels. Ever. Can we have a moment of silence before we start?

The singer-songwriter took to social media to reveal he wasn't able to make it to the United Kingdom because he was with his son Usher Raymond V.

However, Usher wasn't the only artist not to turn up for the One Love Manchester. This was an important day for him and for myself as a proud father.

He also posted an emotional video message about the event on Instagram, but made no mention of plans not to appear at the benefit concert. You looked fear in the face and said, 'No.

"My heart is with you Manchester, I'm so sorry for all your loss and all the pain you've been through", he stated in the clip, adding, "My family and I send our heartfelt condolences". We need to be good to each other. Thank you for coming together and being so loving and strong.

  • Zachary Reyes