Ariana Grande’s ‘One Last Time’ Goes To #1 Following Manchester Attack

Following the devastating attack on Manchester Arena on Monday night, Ariana Grande’s fans have come together for a touching campaign.

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Her fans have been downloading her song “One Last Time” from her 2014 album ‘My Everything’. As a result, the song has hit #1 on the U.K. iTunes chart.

The song was featured on her Dangerous Woman Tour setlist and the fans are using it to honour the victims of the attack.

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Video from the performance of the song at Manchester Arena has made its way online and the arena was filled with lights from the audience:

This news comes after Grande’s management released an official statement on Wednesday regarding the news of the attack. Her team also confirmed the cancellation of any remaining shows on the Dangerous Woman Tour, which promoter LiveNation is offering refunds for.

Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun, put out a series of tweets on Thursday addressing the attack:



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