The music sensation performed the song at the One Love Manchester concert this past weekend – ending the show on emotional and powerful note.

Ariana will now release the track to help raise funds for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund and British Red Cross, according to The Sun. They’re the same beneficiaries of her 2014 single One Last Time that continues to climb the charts following the Manchester attack.

Her cover of the Judy Garland classic was a standout for many that tuned into the incredible night of defiance and music.

A music insider told The Sun:

“Ariana’s team are working out behind the scenes what is necessary for the song to be released.

“But everyone’s confident there won’t be anything stopping it getting out there and continuing to help those affected by the tragedy.”

Music stars from around the world have joined Ariana on Sunday night for the benefit concert for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack earlier this month, which took the lives of 22 people.

The star was joined by Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Take That, Little Mix, Niall Horan, the Black Eyed Peas and more for a massive show at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester.

You can watch all the performances from One Love Manchester here.


If you’d like to donate to the Manchester Emergency Fund, click here. 

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