Ari­ana’s One Last Time track hits top of iTunes

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ARI­ANA Grande and her fel­low One Love Manch­ester per­form­ers have soared to the top of the iTunes charts.

The 23-year-old singer’s re-re­lease of One Last Time, which has been made avail­able to fans to raise money for the vic­tims of the Manch­ester ter­ror at­tack that left 22 dead and over 50 in­jured, has topped Ap­ple’s chart.

The track is fol­lowed swiftly be­hind by the orig­i­nal ver­sion of the song, which has placed fourth.

Justin Bieber, who also per­formed at the event, makes an ap­pear­ance at num­ber two, fea­tur­ing in Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yan­kee’s track Des­pac­ito, which has gained in­ter­na­tional recog­ni­tion and stormed the charts in re­cent weeks.

Per­former Niall Ho­ran’s Slow Hands takes third place while the Black Eyed Peas’ Where Is The Love, Cold­play and the Chainsmok­ers’ Some­thing Just Like This and Liam Gal­lagher’s Wall of Glass, which were all per­formed at the con­cert on Sun­day evening, are at fifth, sixth and sev­enth re­spec­tively.

Oa­sis’s Don’t Look Back In Anger, which has be­come a poster song for the sol­i­dar­ity of Manch­ester fol­low­ing the ter­ror at­tacks, has climbed to eighth in the charts.

Five more of Grande’s songs are now back in the top 40, including Break Free, Side To Side, My Ev­ery­thing, The Way and Be Al­right. while Dang! by Mac Miller, which she per­formed along­side her rap­per boyfriend at the con­cert, is at num­ber 36.

Don’t Dream It’s Over by Crowded House, which was cov­ered by Mi­ley Cyrus and Ari­ana on the night, has now climbed up to 42 in the iTunes charts, while Hide and Seek by Imo­gen Heap has made it into the top 50 too. – Bang Show­biz

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