Paul McCartney, Elton John and Mick Jagger will take part in “One World: Together at home”

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This show is compared to the “Live Aid” of 1985 with musicians who today are no longer as Freddy Mercury or David Bowie, but with the confirmation last time that Mick Jagger, for example.

In times of coronavirus Lady Gaga was the driving force behind this event that has the particularity of musicians will perform a recital on-line and from their home to the entire world with a purpose of solidarity. The difference with a live of which we are accustomed in these times, it is the amount and the level of stars that will sing for about eight hours by this platform.

The event has been named “One World: Together at Home” also had the support of the World Health Organization (WHO) and will be broadcast to the world from the 21 hours of this Saturday (time in Uruguay).

In regard to the objective to raise fund for the fight against the COVID-19 Lady Gaga explained: “we Want to raise the money before going on air. When we are live, keep their wallets, their credit cards and enjoy the show”. According to the singer, the collection will be prior to seek the support of companies and pointing to philanthropy. Until the time bear raised $ 35 million.

The macroevento will have as presenters Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert.

Among the great musicians who say this stand Paul McCartney, Elton John, Steve Wonder and Mick Jagger with his band.

In the grid also are Billie Eilish, Chris Martin, Alanais Morissete, John Legend, Celine Dion, Jo. Balvin, Lizzo, Michael Bubble, Maluma, Luis Fonsi, Jennifer López, Anitta; among others.

The shows will continue for several platforms and social networks such as Facebok, Twitter, Instagram or Youtube. But there are also international networks that re-broadcast the concerts on Sunday, as confirmed by the BBC.

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