After bringing nearly everyone in the audience to tears while covering “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” during her One Love Manchester benefit concert, Ariana Grande made sure the song would be a permanent part of the remainder of her world tour.

The singer resumed the tour on Wednesday night in Paris, almost two weeks after the fatal suicide bombing in Manchester. At the end of her Paris show, she performed the emotional song, completely moving the crowd once again. According to reports, Grande will continue to honor the Manchester victims by adding the song to her set list.

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A live recording of ?Somewhere Over the Rainbow? was captured at One Love Manchester and has been released on multiple streaming platforms as a charity single, meaning all proceeds will be going to Manchester victims.

Ahead of her Paris show, Grande wrote on Instagram that she will be “thinking of our angels every step of the way.”

After the concert, she shared a snap of her performing and captioned the picture, “Merci, Paris. Je t’aime
Grateful to be back.”

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Merci, Paris ♡ Je t'aime Grateful to be back 🙏🏼

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