Lady Gaga raised $ 35 million in a week to fight against the coronavirus | Music


The american singer is working in conjunction with the World Health Organization

Lady Gaga

is actively putting all of your part to help all those affected by the coronavirus and so far it has managed to raise 35 million dollars in benefits to those most in need.

The interpreter announced that it gathered the money with the help of business leaders, corporate and philanthropists, which will be allocated to the World Health Organization to combat the disease and support to the medical staff who is giving everything to help the society.

In addition, Gaga is organizing

a historic concert online

which will feature celebrities playing from different parts of the world. The show came about after the american artist said that he had decided to postpone the release of its sixth studio album, “Chromatica”, to devote time to working for charitable causes by a coronavirus. “I don’t feel that is right to launch this album with everything that is going on during the global pandemic,” said the singer of 33 years.

The concert is called

One World: Together at Home

and will be the next 18th of April when you transmit with musicians such as Billie Eilish, Paul McCartney, Chris Martin of Coldplay, J Balvin, Billie Joe of Green Day, Maluma, Lizzo, Stevie Wonder and more.

It will also feature shows Eddie Vedder, J Balvin, Keith Urban, John Legend, Priyanka Chopra, Jonas, Alanis Morisset and will be conducted by Jimmy Kimmel next to Stephen Colbert.

The concert can be seen the 18 April at 19:00 hours Mexico City through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Apple, Amazon Prime Video, Twitch