NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 23: Ariana Grande performs onstage during her “Dangerous Woman” tour at Madison Square Garden on February 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Republic Records)
After the unfortunate events at Ariana Grande’s Manchester, UK concert, her fans have launched an online campaign to get her 2014 track “One Last Time” to the top of the charts in memory of 22 victims that lost their lives. #Arianators have succeeded in their efforts, making the song #1 on the iTunes chart in the UK. One Last Time was one of the last songs Ariana performed at the show before the bomb went off. Twitter was saturated with messages & posts from fans promoting the movement to purchase the track as tribute to the 22 deceased & 59 inured. One Tweet read ” ‘Lets get Ariana Grande’s song (One last time) to No1 for 22 weeks..the last song these beautiful kids heard..22 lives,22 weeks #ArianaGrande” Radio stations began playing One Last Time again, seeing a lot of emotional responses to the track.