Ariana Grande Closed Out 'One Love Manchester' With Tearful 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' Cover

One Love Manchester Benefit Concert

Just two weeks after the terrible attack at her "Dangerous Woman Tour" stop in Manchester, Ariana Grande returned to the city to unite the world in coming together in support of everyone affected by the tragedy. 

At the very end of the show, she was joined by the entire lineup of artists who performed throughout the event while she sang "One Last Time," but then ended the whole concert by singing a tearful rendition of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow," a song written for The Wizard of Oz.

Ariana moved everyone in attendance to tears while she performed the gorgeous ballad. There was not a dry eye in Manchester ... or from anyone watching at home:

Just before the song's end, Ariana herself broke down into tears, before composing herself and finishing the stunningly beautiful cover.

ariana grande performing somewhere over the rainbow for the Manchester victims is so beautiful 😭 #OneLoveManchester pic.twitter.com/aHX6bh3Ie2

— ellie (@adeleoutsoId) June 4, 2017

If you want to donate to the cause, head over to the official Facebook account for the "One Love Manchester" benefit, which recently joined forces with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) to form the One Love Manchester Fund.

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