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Ariana Grande Ends ‘One Love Manchester’ With ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’

Grande was joined by all the evening’s performers for a tearful finale

After an emotional evening, Ariana Grande closed the “One Love Manchester” benefit concert by gathering all the evening’s performers onstage as she serenaded the crowd with a cover of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” from “The Wizard of Oz.”

Towards the end of the song, Grande was overcome with emotion and had to stop before the crowd cheered her on to finish the piece. Grande’s concert, which was broadcast worldwide and featured artists such as Coldplay, Miley Cyrus and Pharrell Williams, is estimated to have raised nearly $13 million from ticket sales and donations for an emergency fund for victims of the May 22 Manchester Arena bombings, according to the Associated Press.

Before “Somewhere Over The Rainbow,” Grande joined all the artists who performed that night in a rendition of her hit song “One Last Time,” including the Black Eyed Peas, Mac Miller, Victoria Monet and Katy Perry.

To watch Grande’s performance of “Over The Rainbow,” watch the clip above. To find out how you can donate to the “One Love Manchester” emergency fund, click here.

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