More than 100 artists participated in the event which seeks to help those most affected by the COVID-19 and support the medical staff around the world.
This weekend took place the concert online
One World: Together at Home
next to Global Citizen, to thank the health workers who day by day risk their lives to help the people infected by coronavirus: the event announced a day after that, thanks to the efforts of the singer, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs, have been able to raise 127.9 million of dollars in benefit to those affected.
The initiative will go down in history for being the first of its kind to have more than 100 guests to participate in the show online, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Billie Eilish, The Killers, Celine Dion, Niall Horan, John Legend, Elton John, Liam Payne, Rita Orta, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Maluma, Lizzo, Luis Fonsi and Sam Smith were only some of those who sang this week-end from their hotel rooms, studios, room or yard of their homes.
“127.9 million for the COVID-19. That is the power and impact of One World: Together at Home. Thank you Lady Gaga for helping to Global Citizen to create this historic global event. All around the world: stay strong and healthy, we will be together in person again soon,” reads the social networks of the organization.
Artists of all kinds and genre of music joined together to send messages of thanks to medical and workers from different sectors, who face the COVID-19.
Also took the opportunity to remind viewers of the importance of maintaining social distance and to stay at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
One World: Together at Home also counted with the participation of Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbertwho is in charge of adding a touch of humor to the transmission, which lasted eight hours between musical performances and videos of doctors, social workers, parents, among others.
Stevie Wonder, Andrea Bocelli, Charlie Puth, Juanes, Michael Bubble, Sebastian Yatra, Billie Joe Armstrong, Eddie Vedder, Adam Lambert, Christine and the Queens, Sheryl Crow, Sofi Tukker, Super M and more talent is added to emphasize the health measures required to fight against the COVID-19.
“Thank you with all my heart to see #TogetherAtHome, by sharing kindness at a time global the one with the other, to spread positivity and good intentions. We love you,” he said Lady Gaga on his Twitter account after the event.
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