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Monday, June 19, 2017

Ariana Grande Re-Releases 'One Last Time' To Benefit Manchester Attack Victims #MMBMusic

Aside from her star-studded One Love Manchester concert, Ariana Grande's agenda to help the victims of the Manchester terror attack continues with the re-release of her 2015 single, "One Last Time."

Besides helping to raise more than $300,000 from the star-studded memorial show on Sunday (June 4), Grande has re-released the single, with proceeds going to those affected by the attacks that took place at her Manchester Arena gig in late May. "One Last Time" was part of Sunday's show finale when several stars on the bill, including Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Niall Horan, Little Mix and more, joined the 23-year-old on stage as she churned out an emotional rendition of the pop track. 
If you want to help out, head over to iTunes to buy the track, which will see all proceeds from each sale go to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund in coordination with the British Red Cross. "One Last Time" was released in 2015, and served as the fifth and final single off Grande's second studio album, My Everything.
Click here to download the re-released version of "One Last Time" on iTunes.

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