Ariana Grande releases Somewhere Over The Rainbow as a charity single after One Love Manchester concert

Proceeds from the Wizard of Oz cover will go to the We Love Manchester Fund.

Ariana Grande has officially released a live version of Somewhere Over The Rainbow as a charity single.

Performed at last Sunday (June 4)’s #OneLoveManchester benefit concert, proceeds from the 23-year-old’s Judy Garland cover will go to the British Red Cross’ We Love Manchester Fund. Ariana’s single One Last Time was also re-released as a charitable song on Sunday.

Somewhere Over The Rainbow is not currently available on iTunes or Apple Music, but can be streamed on Amazon Music, Spotify, Deezer and Napster, and is available for purchase on Amazon.

Following Sunday’s benefit concert, £10 million has been raised so for the We Love Manchester fun, which is helping support victims of the May 22 terrorist attack, and those bereaved after the tragedy.

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Ariana’s One Last Time is already making a huge impression on the Official Singles Chart. Reaching a new peak of Number 11 two weeks ago, the song has reached as high as Number 2 on this week’s Official Chart Update, and is contention for Number 1 this Friday (June 9).

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