We are still rewatching and re-listening to all of the amazing performances from Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert on Sunday. The star-studded event was put on to spread love through song, boost the city's morale and combat fear, and to raise money for the victims of the attack.
The Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, and Miley Cyrus were just some of the artists who performed along with Grande. When she took to the stage to sing her hits including "Side to Side" and "Be Alright," it was clear just how emotional of a moment the entire concert was—with the songstress oft holding back tears, as well as smiling from ear to ear.
Just as moved were her fans—like this baby whose eyes watered and whose lips pouted while watching Grande perform during the concert.
To end the night, Grande performed a rendition of classic "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." And now, the star has released the cover of the Wizard of Oz tune as a charity single, with all of the proceeds going towards the victims. Grande re-released her hit song "One Last Time" as a single for charity as well.
"We will not quit or operate in fear," Grande stated in a full statement about the Manchester attack. "We won't let this divide us. We won't let hate win."
You can listen to the single here:
The love and support for Manchester continues.