More than two years after its release, Ariana Grande's "One Last Time" has re-entered the UK charts in honor of this week's deadly Manchester bombing. The 2014 My Everything single reportedly climbed overnight from outside the UK's Top 200 to Number 35, and has reached Number 1 on iTunes.
Fans rallied together to make Grande's pop ballad a chart-topper once again, sparking a viral campaign as tribute to the 22 lives lost during her Manchester Arena performance. Her Dangerous Woman Tour setlist included "One Last Time," with emotional lyrics that have taken on a different meaning for the friends and family of concertgoers who died Monday night.
This touching success follows Grande's decision to suspend her tour, "until we can further assess the situation and pay our respects to those lost," according to a statement. On the night of the attack, the singer tweeted that she's "Broken" and without words, but has since reached out to the victims' families and offered to pay for their funerals.
Revisit the official "One Last Time" video, below.