Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester Benefit Concert Raises £2 million As 'One Last Time' Tops iTunes Chart
Well done to all involved
Ariana Grande’s One Love Manchester benefit concert looks to have raised an incredible £2 million.
The show, which was put together in just a week by Ariana and her team, saw the likes of Miley Cyrus, Katy Pery, Niall Horan, and Coldplay all do their bit to raise money for those affected by the suicide bombing at her Manchester Arena concert on May 22.
According to Ticketmaster, early figures suggest that the £2m target has been reached, with all the artists waving a fee and concert promoter Live Nation underwriting the cost of the event.
However, it also looks like even more money will be raised thanks to the re-release of Ariana’s hit ‘One Last Time’.
The track, which will donate 100% of the proceeds to the charity fund, jumped straight to the top of the iTunes chart following Ariana’s emotional rendition at Old Trafford.
Well done Ariana, incredible work.
To donate from the UK, IRE & US, head to redcross.org.uk/love.
Watch the highlights from the incredible concert below: