Katy Perry, Rita Ora and other celebrities join together with SHEIN to make his first festival online

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The famous brand of clothing called various artists to support their initiative to the WHO

Katy Perry, Rita Ora and other celebrities join together with SHEIN to make his first festival online

Katy Perry.

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Of the hand of artists such as Katy Perry, Lil Nas X, Rita Ora, and Doja Cat, the clothing brand SHEINcreated your event Shein Together, his first festival of digital entertainment, with the end of support to combat the health crisis caused by the coronavirus.

The meeting of three hours duration conducted by Erin Lim and Smt. Awe, aimed to raise funds for the benefit of the Fund of Solidarity Response to the Covid-19 for the World Health organization, driven by the foundation of the United Nations.

Figures as Hailey Bieber, Yara Shahidi, Madelaine Petsch, Vanessa Morgan and Tyler Cameron, among others, joined the event to share with their followers, his experiences during the quarantine, beauty tips and even answered some questions sent by their fans.

“It is a great initiative, with great people and anything you can do to help with what we are going through I think is very important.

“Try to be positive, we are all in this together, we all want to go back but for that we have to follow the steps, I stay at home!”, said Bieber during transmission.

Lil Nas X, feu is the first to turn on the mood with their Hits “Panini” and “Old Town Road”, then it was the turn of Doja Cat who danced and sang their hit “Say So”, Adam Lambert and Queen made a special appearance with the theme “We Are The Champions” dedicated to the first few rows that are fighting the crisis, closing with Rita Ora, who dazzled their fans with songs like “How To Be Lonely”, “Lonely Together” and “Change The World”.

In addition to donations, the second proposition of the brand, was to create a special collection of t-shirts with phrases such as “Stay Home Club”, “Wash Your Hands” and “I’m A Hugger, I’m Not Ok”. Some of them autographed by the participants, whose sales will also aim to prevent, detect, and respond to the pandemic.

Katy Perry was commissioned to bring an end to the transmission of three hours duration. Smiling, wearing a dress, loose and stroking a recurring theme of his tummy of pregnancy, the pop star sang their songs “Firework”, “Roar” and “This Is Really Never Over”, after announcing that their new production is very close to launch.

“I hope that these songs will bring you hope and inspiration, will come through this together and when we do I’ll see you very soon”, said the singer saying goodbye to the more than 16 thousand fans who were tuned in.