Lady Gaga will give a concert of solidarity against the coronavirus


  • The concert can be seen on television and in streaming.
  • Lady Gaga has collaborated in the collection of 33 million euros to assist in the investigation.

    The famous non-stop to collaborate in the fight against the coronavirus. We have been able to see donations like those of Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, who contributed 100,000 of gloves and 20,000 masks for the hospital La Paz in Madrid, or also of the Angelina Jolie offered $ 1 million for children affected by the Foundation No Kid Hungry. Other ‘celebrities’ have opted for the original proposals as Emilia Clarke, who offers to have dinner with her in a virtual way to raise funds.

    The last to get to work with a great action has been Lady Gaga. The artist has organized the concert of solidarity One World: #TogetherAtHome (A world: #JuntosEnCasa) to raise funds for the World Organization of Health and support the health that struggle every day against the Covid-19. But she is not alone, quite the opposite. Elton John, Alanis Morissette, Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Chris Martin, J Balvin, John Legend, Keith Urban, Lizzo, Maluma or Stevie Wonder among others, putting their voices at the service of this struggle. Also participate in other stars like the actor Idris Elba that he was tested positive for coronavirus, and who will act as DJ. The presenters will be Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colber.

    This event will take place the next April 18, and will be broadcast from eight in the evening on television networks such as CBS, ABC, MTV, BBC and streaming on Youtube, Apple TV and Facebook.

    Gaga presented the initiative together with the director general of the World Organization of Health, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. She herself announced that she has collaborated in the collection of 33 million euros to help in the research of treatments and vaccines against the coronavirus.