Ariana Grande Releases 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' Cover to Benefit Manchester Bombing Victims

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Ariana Grande performs on stage during the One Love Manchester Benefit Concert at Old Trafford on June 4, 2017 in Manchester, England. 

The singer performed the 'Wizard of Oz' classic to close Sunday's One Love Manchester concert.

Ariana Grande closed Sunday's One Love Manchester benefit concert with a moving rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," she has released the Wizard of Oz cover as a single with all proceeds going to the victims, Pitchfork reports. 

The One Love Manchester event featured an all-star lineup including Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and more honoring the victims of the bombing that killed 22 and injured 59 at her concert last month 

"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" follows Grande's re-release of "One Last Time," which is also sending proceeds to the victims. 

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Meanwhile, anyone searching for proof of just how touching Grande's performance was on Sunday night need look no further than the singer's Instagram page. On Tuesday (June 6), she posted a video showing a baby watching her Sunday performance in awe, getting choked up with tears running down his or her cheeks. 

Fittingly, the baby is watching her perform "Somewhere Over the Rainbow."

At one point in the clip, it almost looks as if the child is going to start singing along, as it babbles to the television set seemingly in wonder. 

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