Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester concert released as charity album

The pop star capped off the star-studded event with an emotional, powerful cover of Judy Garland's signature song, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow".

"Where was Usher?" That's the question many people were asking on Twitter on Sunday after he was MIA at One Love Manchester, Ariana Grande's charity concert that raised over $3 million for victims of the Manchester Arena bombing that took place on May 22.

Ariana Grande has had the symbol of Manchester tattooed on her in tribute to those who lost their lives in the city's terror attack.

MailOnline has contacted Grande's representatives to see if she is considering releasing the song to raise more funds.

Days after headlining the One Love Manchester benefit concert, Ariana Grande's cover of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" has been released online.

"First show back tonight".

Last week, a press release said Usher would be taking the stage in addition to Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Katy Perry, Take That and Pharrell Williams.

And it came after another terror attack in London last night in which seven people were killed and almost 50 injured after three men drove a van into a crowd on London Bridge and set upon people in a crazed knife rampage.

Ever since the attack, Grande, 23, has been encouraging donations on social media and visited some still-recovering fans at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital on Friday. Perhaps unbeknownst to her 50,000 fans in attendance at One Love, the song also had a special significance to Grande. I love you guys so much and I think that the kind of love and unity you're displaying is the kind of medicine that the world really needs right now.

Elite Daily reached out to Ariana's reps for confirmation on resuming her tour, but did not hear back by time of publication.

  • Zachary Reyes