Ariana Grande’s One Last Time set to re-enter the Official Chart Top 40 following the Manchester attack

The poignant track is set to re-enter the Official Chart as the UK remembers the victims of the Manchester concert attack.

Ariana Grande’s hit single One Last Time is set to re-enter the Top 40 on this week’s Official Singles Chart in the wake of the devastating attack on her Manchester concert this week.

The track climbs from outside the Top 200 overnight to Number 35 in today’s Official Charts Company sales flash (May 25) as the UK remembers the victims of the attack on Monday which killed 22 people.

One Last Time, which is taken from the singer’s 2014 album My Everything, originally peaked at Number 24 on the Official Chart back in June 2015.

Six dates from Ariana’s Dangerous Woman tour have been cancelled following the attack, including her two dates at London's O2 Arena on May 25 and 26.

A statement from her team said time is needed to “assess the situation and pay our proper respects to those lost.” It is hoped she will resume the tour in early June.

Find out where One Last Time places on this week's Official Chart on Friday, May 26 at 5.45pm. Follow live on BBC Radio 1's Official Chart show with Greg James from 4pm. See the latest Top 100 here.

Listen to Ariana Grande's One Last Time below:

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