Historic concert digital meets US$120 million for Covid-19

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For two hours the most important artists paraticiparon virtual singing all their songs. File.

AGENCIES.-Dozens of stars, like Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and the Rolling Stones, entertained fans from all over the world with a show digital in tribute to health workers fighting against the new coronavirus, confined in their homes to thousands of millions of people.

For the part of Latin acted Juanes, Anitta, Becky G, Luis Fonsi, Natti Natasha and Sebastian Yatra.
Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Maluma, also joined in this concert by the internet, driven by the singer Lady Gaga and backed by the international organization Global Citizen in collaboration with the World Health Organization.

Before you open the megaconcierto of two hours, titled “One World: Together At Home”, Lady Gaga, who has collaborated for weeks with Global Citizen and the WHO, to raise money in the fight against the Covid-19, said that he was praying for the medical staff and “thinking of all who are in their houses, thinking about when is going to be all over this.”

He also talked about the singer Beyonce, who said that: “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.”

Stevie Wonder performed with a piano, “Lean On Me” (Lean on me) by Bill Withers, who died on the 30th of march. He said that “during adversities such as this, we have to rely on each other”.

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”.

Paul McCartney sang “Lady Madonna” by the Beatles and talked about the work of his mother, a nurse.
The members of the Rolling Stones from four different places joined forces to play.

Women

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Exprimeras ladies american Michelle Obama and Laura Bush, as well as Oprah Winfrey, Bill and Melinda Gates, Ellen DeGeneres, Pharrell Williams, Kerry Washington, Lupita’nyong’o and others offered words of encouragement.