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Ariana Grande Bravely Returns To 'Dangerous Woman' Tour After Manchester Tragedy

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Jun. 8 2017, Updated 8:28 p.m. ET

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Ariana Grande will not let terrorism win.

Just weeks after a suicide bombing killed 22 people at her May 22 show in Manchester, England, the singer bravely resumed her tour in Paris. During the show, Ariana performed her fans' favorite hits, including "Love Me Harder," "Dangerous Woman," and "Side to Side."

The 19-year-old also belted out "Over the Rainbow," which she sang at her benefit concert in Manchester over the weekend, One Love Manchester, which raised over $9 million for victims of the attack. The charity concert featured performances by Miley CyrusKaty Perry, and even Coldplay.

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Ariana's rendition of "Over the Rainbow" was so popular that fans begged her to release it as single. The singer agreed and is making sure all proceeds go to charity.

After the show, Ariana posted a photo on Instagram thanking Paris for its support.

Watch Ariana's moving performance below!


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