The duet of Sam Smith and John Legend of “Stand By Me” in One World

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The British singer Sam Smith did a duet with the American musician John Legend for an emotional performance of “Stand By Me” for One World of Lady Gaga this past Saturday night and we are excited by how beautiful it is.

Legend, the singer who is behind a series of successes heterosexual briefly dear as “Happy”, he sat down behind his grand piano next to his shelf of awards completely exposed to sing via a video link with Smith, that they have claimed to have fallen ill from a virus head.

The star is not binary has underlined that since then, they have recovered from the attack of a possible COVID-19, and now it seems to have been encouraged to sing the melody of Ben King, as part of the special platform of fundraising for the efforts of response to the coronavirus.

Sam Smith joined Lady Gaga to direct the special One World, full of stars: Together in the home.

Started with a pre-show of six hours duration before the digital transmission in vivo of two hours, making their run-time programmed to be almost as long as your name: One World: Together at home to celebrate the workers of COVID-19.

Gaga was healed and directed a constellation of stars including Elton John, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Lopez, Oprah, Paul McCartney, Kacey Musgraves, Lizzo, and dozens more for the event.

But it was not a telethon ordinary, stressed Gaga since she and the host’s Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, and Jimmy Fallon urged viewers to save their portfolios and logins for PayPal.

After all, Gaga and the team from Global Citizen, they had already raised more than $ 50 million before the special began airing. The own Gaga began the evening with a rendition of “Smile”, playing on the piano of your house. “It is very important to think globally and to support the World Health Organization to curb the epidemic and prevent future outbreaks,” said Gaga, who helped lead the alignment of stars, at a press conference on Monday.

“We want to highlight the gravity of this historic movement, unprecedented and cultural”.