ARIANA Grande fans have sent the singer’s One Last Time track to the top of the iTunes chart following Monday night’s horrific bombing in Manchester.
The singer, 23, performed the track on the night 22 people were killed in the foyer of the MEN Arena when terrorist Salman Abedi detonated a nail bomb.
Ariana Grande fans have sent the singer’s One Last Time track to the top of the iTunes chart following Monday night’s horrific bombing in Manchester[/caption]
Fans started a petition to get the song, which was released in 2015, to the top of the charts in tribute to those who died in the explosion.
It has since claimed top spot ahead of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s Despacito and Liam Payne’s Strip That Down.
Georgina Callander, 18, Saffie Rose Roussos, eight, and John Atkinson, 26, were named as the first victims to die in the horror blast.
The singer, 23, performed the track during the gig[/caption]
Kelly Brewster, 32, Olivia Campbell, 15, Alison Howe, 44, Lisa Lee, 43, Martyn Hett, 29, Nell Jones, 14, Angelika and Marcin Klis, 40 and 42, Jane Tweddle-Taylor, 50, Michelle Kiss, Wendy Fawell, Elaine McIver and Sorrell Leczkowski were also later confirmed to have died.
In a heartbreaking family tribute released by Greater Manchester Police, it was confirmed Chloe Rutherford, 17, and her boyfriend Liam Curry, 19, had died.
Fans started a petition to get the song, which was released in 2015, to the top of the charts[/caption]
The track sits above Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s Despacito and Liam Payne’s Strip That Down[/caption]
Courtney Boyle, 19, and Philip Tron, 32, from Gateshead, were also confirmed to have died.
In tribute to the pair, Courtney’s mum Deborah said: “My stunning amazing beautiful daughter you were my rock. You made me so proud with all you had achieved.
“And my gorgeous crazy Philip you made my world a happy place and now you are both my angels flying high in the sky.”
Courtney’s dad said: “I am going to miss my baby girl for the rest of my life.
“I will never forget you and I will love you forever. Grandad Bob misses you loads also.”
Floral tributes to the victims have been left in Manchester[/caption]
Eilidh MacLeod, 14, had travelled to the concert from the Outer Hebrides with her friend Laura Macintyre, 15, as part of a birthday treat.
Laura was found in hospital in Manchester suffering from serious injuries, while Eilidh remained missing.
Eilidh’s heartbroken parents Roddy and Marion confirmed Eilidh died in the blast.
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