The singer Lady Gaga next to other figures they offered an event with hopes to the pandemic coronavirus.
Voices such as Stevie Wonder, Lizzo and Shawn Mendes interpretarón classic songs filled with messages hope compared to the current situation which occupies the world .
The stars inspired the audience during a television special led to the struggle of the coronavirus.
For its part, figures as Beyoncé and Alicia Keys addressed in a forceful manner on how the virus has affected disproportionately to americans of black race.
The singer Beyoncé he made a surprise appearance in the sabbath program “One World: Together At Home” and thanked the “deliverers, mail carriers and sanitation workers” for their hard work during the pandemic.
“Black americans belong disproportionately to these essential sectors of the workforce who do not have the luxury of working from home. And african-american communities in general have been severely affected by this crisis. Those with pre-existing conditions are even at more risk. The virus is killing black people at a rate that’s really alarming here in the united States,” he said Beyoncé.
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It is worth mentioning that african-americans represent more than a third of the deaths by COVID-19 in the country, where the race of the victims has been made public.
For this reason, the singer sent a message in which they requested be taken care of as much as possible “please protect yourself” and in like manner asked them to stay strong and positive prayers to all the heroes that fight against this evil.
The interpreter, Alicia Keys presented similar data when he directed a few words on the special in which he concluded by saying “to Maintain their high frequency and I send you all my love”,
In terms of Gaga opened the event destacándo to those who are at the forefront of the battle against the pandemic, immediately followed by the interpretation of a theme of the song of Nat King Cole’s “Smile”.
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After singing at the event of eight hours in support of the World Health Organization along with Global Citizen he directed another short speech.
I am concerned about both the medical workers who are risking their lives for us,” said Gaga.
While for his part, another of the guests, Wonder, played with a piano, “Lean On Me” (Lean on me) Bill Witherswho lost life last march 30 and said that we need to lean in to adversity.
John Legend and Sam Smith, each from his house, did a duet of “Stand by Me”; Lizzo sang “A Change Is Gonna Come” with passion; and Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, sitting together, “What a Wonderful World”.
Among the messages of encouragement also Paul McCartney he also highlighted the work of her mother, who served as a nurse by what you are inspired to interpret the theme of “Lady Madonna” by the Beatles.
While the members of the Rolling Stones merged their voices again to intérpretar “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” from four different places.
On the other hand Taylor Swift he performed “Soon You’ll Get Better” while playing the piano.
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In the midst of a maelstrom of stars which in one way or another inspired the public to support everything that has been derived from this contingency by the COVID-19 also the ex first ladies americans, Michelle Obama and Laura Bush, along with Oprah Winfrey, Bill and Melinda Gates, Ellen DeGeneres, Pharrell Williams, Kerry Washington, Lupita’nyong’o and Henry Golding appeared to give words of encouragement as appeared pictures of health workers and the people.