The singer who was performing at the Manchester Arena when 22 people were tragically killed in a suicide bombing Ariana Grande, has once again re-entered the charts this week after her hit song One Last Time was re-released in an effort to raise funds for the victim’s of the attack which attack which injured 59 others.
The hit single which was originally released back in 2014, once again made the top ten after it claimed the number two slot in the Official Singles Chart less than a week after its re-release as a charity single.
The song by the American singer who held a benefit concert last Sunday achieved 2.9 million streams and 61,000 downloads making it one of the fastest selling singles of the week falling in just behind Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber’s Despacito.
The singer and her record label say almost all of the proceeds from sales will go to the Red Cross’ We Love Manchester fund.
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