Ariana Grande has released a charity single for the victims of the Manchester terror attack.
Her live rendition of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow,” performed at Sunday night’s One Love Manchester concert, was released on Spotify on Wednesday. Its cover features the One Love Manchester logo.
Meanwhile, the 23-year-old pop star has resumed her Dangerous Woman tour in Paris, according to The Sun. She officially suspended the tour following the attack on her show in Manchester, England, which left 22 dead and 59 others injured.
On Wednesday night, she posted an Instagram photo of the Eiffel Tower with the message: “First show back tonight. Thinking of our angels every step of the way. I love you with all my heart. Grateful for and incredibly proud of my band, dancers and entire crew. I love you I love you.”
Grande finished Sunday night’s concert with a tearful rendition of Judy Garland song “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.”
According to ITV, proceeds from the single will go to British Red Cross’ We Love Manchester Fund, dedicated to people “bereaved or injured in the terror attack” that killed 22 last month.
Grande also re-released her single “One More Time” following the attack, with a portion of the proceeds also going to the fund. The track is currently competing with Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s remix of “Despacity,” featuring Justin Bieber, for the number one spot in the UK singles chart.
The star-studded One Love Manchester concert included performances from the likes of Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Take That, Robbie Williams, Little Mix, and Katy Perry.
It is expected to have raised more than £2 million ($2.6 million) for the We Love Manchester emergency fund, set up by the Manchester Evening News and the Red Cross, in just three hours. The fund has collected over £10 million in total so far.
Watch Grande’s powerful performance of “Somewhere Under the Rainbow” below: